Tech hedge fund manager and former Facebook exec Chamath Palihapitiya reveals his latest play from the Sohn Conference in New York.
Bill Gurley, Benchmark general partner & early Uber investor, discusses unicorn companies recently going public and his views on Uber's workplace culture.
Bill Gurley, Benchmark general partner & early Uber investor, discusses his view on Uber after a workplace culture turnaround, Facebook's brand after its data scandal and the state of tech investing.
Here are the top investment ideas from the "Next Wave" panel at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York.
The full interview with Rashmi Kwatra.
The full interview with Alexander Captain.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on a new study that digs deeper into the connection between testosterone and performance on Wall Street.
Sohn Conference co-founder Evan Sohn; Dylan Adelman, 2017 Sohn Idea Contest winner; and CNBC's Jim Cramer discuss the upcoming Sohn Conference and eBay's performance since Adelman pitched the stock for the Sohn Idea Content.
High credit, fierce competition and stretched valuations could be potential market destabilizers, a renowned former hedge fund manager said Thursday.
BlackRock, the world's largest money manager, says assets under management grew by 17 percent.
Quadratic Capital Management's Nancy Davis said the next "big short" is in volatility.
BlackRock's Jeff Shen called machine learning and big data a "huge driver" for the firm's already-enormous assets under management.
Highland Capital Management co-founder Mark Okada talks about Puerto Rico's debt and why it may be best to wait it out before investing.
Before major investors made their presentations, some rising stars shared their best ideas at the Sohn conference
The full interview with Jeff Shen.
The full interview with Nancy Davis.
At the Sohn Conference in San Francisco, Highland Capital Management Co-Founder Mark Okada talks about Puerto Rico debt and why it may be best to wait it out before investing.
Bitstamp Chairman Dan Morehead said bitcoin and other digital tokens will likely become assets serious investors will want in portfolios.
Quadratic says these two companies are likely to be sensitive to a Fed cutback on stimulative policies.
Despite the breadth of its business units, Sony has a market value of about $50 billion, around the same size as Activision Blizzard.