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    Phil Falcone Is Thinking Things

    Like maybe now that he’s got all this free time on his hands, he should lace up his skates and whip the New York Islanders into shape? With his afternoons unoccupied for the next four years and his old Harvard game plans already dug out of the attic, the three-time Ivy League hockey champion is […]

    / Sep 15, 2014 at 2:15 PM
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    UBS Intern Chose Wisely?

    Things came down to hockey vs. UBS summer, and hockey won, which seems reasonable. From: [redacted] Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2014 7:35 AM To: [redacted at UBS] Subject: Internship Hey [redacted at UBS], I was on my way to the office this morning but I left my wallet with my ID in it at home. […]

    / Jun 26, 2014 at 1:36 PM
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    Dick Fuld Attends Hockey Game Without Getting Into Physical Altercation

    One tale many love to tell about Richard S. Fuld, besides the one involving him destroying an 158 year-old institution, is that of the time he got into a fistfight at his son’s hockey game, with a parent from the opposing team. Though there have been many stories over the years of adults who lack impulse control throwing down at their children’s sporting events, perhaps people were fascinated by the fact that the the CEO of a public company was unable to reason that punching someone in the face at a Peewee hockey game = bad, keeping your hands to yourself = good.  On that note, one sports fan reports that Fuld has since matured, and realizing his own limitations, now travels with protection (for himself/spectators in his section).

    “Was at the Rangers/Devils game last night sitting a few rows behind Dick Fuld and his wife. He was with two goons who were clearly his body guards, one sitting next to him in a tan jacket and the other one standing behind him in black. Fuld was wearing a suit…I guess to try and look like he actually has a job he was coming from befoe the game.”

    / May 24, 2012 at 7:06 PM
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    Caption Contest Wednesday

    [via NJD]

    / May 16, 2012 at 1:01 PM
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    Opening Bell: 06.16.11

    Uncertainty Over Greece Weighs on Financial Markets (NYT) Financial markets remained jittery Thursday amid concerns about the stability of the government in Athens, uncertainty over the fate of a second Greek bailout and suggestions by Ireland that it would require investors to pay for part of the bailout of its indebted financial institutions. Paulson Funds […]

    / Jun 16, 2011 at 7:50 AM
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    If This LiqhtSquared Bet Goes According To Plan, Phil And Lisa Maria Falcone Will Be Able To Buy A Whole House Of Dancing Pigs- And Ones For Their Haters, Too

    For the latest issue of Vanity Fair, reporter Bethany McLean got personal with one of our favorite hedge fund couples, Phil and Lisa Maria Falcone. If you’ve been keeping up with the travails of the Harbinger Capital founder and his wife, you know that despite living in a 25,725-square foot mansion on 5th Avenue (which […]

    / Jun 2, 2011 at 11:35 AM
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    Bond Trader Breaks Up Slow Day On The Floor By Practicing With Florida Panthers At MSG

    Yesterday having been a pretty slow day, most of you probably dealt with the boredom in the usual ways (dicking around on the internet, throwing a Nerf ball around with colleagues, untangling your phone cord, counting the number of steps from the bathroom to your desk, fantasizing about a life that doesn’t so closely resemble […]

    / Mar 23, 2011 at 9:43 AM
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    Todd Combs Finally Gives The People What They Want

    You can stop giving yourselves a hernia.

    / Nov 1, 2010 at 3:51 PM
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    Phil Falcone Faced With Serious Dilemma: Hockey Or Hooters?

    Gang, something serious happened. One of our favorite hedge fund managers is in trouble and needs help. Phil Falcone has been put in a horrible position, that I hope no one else ever finds him/herself. It’s a pretty well-known fact that the Harbinger founder is a huge hockey fan. The Minnesotan grew up skating, played […]

    / Sep 13, 2010 at 3:19 PM
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    Pining For The Ice

    Still rocking the hockey hairAll things considered, Phil Falcone would prefer playing a professional sport that no one watches anymore to being a billionaire. So he’s done the next stupidest thing: He bought a hockey team. Some of a hockey team, anyway. He’s got a 40% chunk in the Minnesota Wild, the team that replaced […]

    / Dec 18, 2009 at 3:36 PM
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    Area Man Threatens To Out-Toilet Stevie Cohen

    Trouble in hedge fund land. Greenwich residents are terrified that would-be new neighbor, Russian millionaire Valery Kogan, will make them look bad (read: poor) by building a proposed 54,000 square foot mansion with two wings, “extensive” subterranean space, and room for up to 300 guests, which will clearly dwarf their own homes, relative shacks compared […]

    / May 20, 2008 at 3:24 PM

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