Hedge Funds

Lisa Wang needs to pop down to Pittsburgh. To get inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame. Read more »

Sayeth a German academic, contra everything that every hedge fund lobbyist has said (and that everybody believed) since 2007. Read more »

Activist Investors Aren’t Going Anywhere

Carl Icahn will retire some day. Some time after that, probably, Bill Ackman and Dan Loeb and Paul Singer and Barry Rosenstein, too. But for now, they and people like them have more money with which to seek to oust directors, executives and lavish organic dinner throwers than ever before. Read more »

A Watershed Moment For Carl Icahn’s Website

For the first time in more than a month, Carl Icahn has written about something other than eBay. Kind of*. “A Watershed Moment for Stockholder Participation” celebrates the fact that institutional investors have begun to stand up for themselves, and in Icahn’s lifetime, to boot, at least in between digs at and rehashings of his case against, you guessed it, eBay. Read more »

Some hedge fund managers simply cannot believe that the rather unimpressive sanctions imposed in the phony Cold War between Russia and the west (due to the slightly-less phony war between Russia and the Ukrainian navy, itself due to Vladimir Putin’s need for a peninsular paradise in which to vacation, or something) are the end of the story. And, whatever happens, they would prefer not to lose money on the story. Ideally, they’d like to make some. Read more »

Attention eBay: Uncle Carl can be all sweetness and light, if you just do what he tells you to do. It might also help if you could get Bill Ackman to short your stock. Read more »

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