Goldman Sachs trader and bank chief executive, Steven Mnuchin has long been a member of the financial elite, the NYT reports.
GOP megadonors like Ken Griffin, Paul Singer, Sheldon Adelson and Peter Thiel appear to be abandoning the 2016 presidential race.
A blue-ribbon panel is proposing a bevy of reforms that it hopes will restore confidence in the stock market.
Hedge funds increasingly struggle with finding the right talent. Here's a tale of recruiting and its challenges.
Wall Street's top dogs partied the night away at the 2016 Robin Hood benefit Monday night in New York City, and raised money for a worthy cause.
Consider 2015 to be the year the hedge-fund industry completed the crossover to the digital age.
The biggest hedge fund managers have more money and more sway than ever before, and they are wielding greater political influence.
Erin Callan Montella emerges from the shadows with tales of personal crises and Lehman Brothers' failure.
CNBC's Michael Santoli explains why the tough times for hedge funds are setting up opportunities to buy the securities left behind in their retreat.
Marco Rubio's biggest challenge in this presidential race may be to avoid biting the hands that feed him.
Griffin deliberated for months over which candidate to support, giving $100,000 to PACs supporting Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush.
Just minutes before they were due back in court, billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin and his ex-wife reached a divorce agreement.
Hedge fund managers are fuming at new political rhetoric against them and their huge paydays.
Seven years removed from a near-death experience during the financial crisis, Ken Griffin's Citadel is more powerful than ever.
The Citadel founder is on a roll: performance is excellent, assets are soaring, the firm just hired Ben Bernanke, and Griffin made $1.3B last year. So who is he...and how did he rise to power?
Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn have a friend in Ken Griffin.
The financial community—including Steve Schwarzman, Ken Griffin and Steve Cohen—will once again figure prominently at Milken.
Who does Guy Adami think is going to be one of the most vilified people of the 21st century?
Wall Street and big business's election kingmakers are reaching for their wallets again in the race for President.
Hedge funds that catch macroeconomic trends using algorithms made a killing in the first quarter, besting other investing styles.