Although he thrived at work and struck colleagues as strait-laced, Mr. Caspersen harbored a secret: He had developed what he would later describe to acquaintances as an unhealthy fixation on placing big wagers on the market. Among his instruments of choice were stock options, which allowed him to make high-stakes bets with limited capital.
Unbeknown to his family and close friends, Mr. Caspersen’s speculative trading had largely depleted his personal fortune by last summer—and put him on an even more self-destructive path.
Gambling Addiction Pays Off Huge For Andrew W.W. Caspersen
Talk about long odds.
Andrew W.W. Caspersen’s Lawyers Avoid Having To Represent Him In Court
A.W.W.C. has pleaded guilty.
New York Times Quantifies Exactly How ‘Limited’ Leon Black’s Relationship With Jeffrey Epstein Was
It’s measured in eight figures.
Hotlanta A Hotbed Of Hedge Fund, Private Equity Fraud
Allegedly. What I can tell you from on-the-ground reporting is that it is also very, very hot in a literal sense.
Second Trial Avoided Rather Less Auspicious For Private Equity Firm Than The First
It doesn’t sound like Merrick Garland is looking as kindly on the GPB boys as Bill Barr.
Maybe It Wasn’t Such A Great Idea To Fire A Guy Who Knew About The Ponzi Payments You Were (Allegedly) Making
Because in addition to “unemployed,” he can also now call himself “whistleblower.”
Virgin Islands Attorney General Curious Why Leon Black’s Name Keeps Coming Up In Her Jeff Epstein Investigation
Denise George has some questions (and document requests) for the billionaire.