Seems Steve Cohen may have a type.
Is it a good idea to piss off the judge presiding over your case this much? It seems like it might not be a good idea.
Peter Brown & co. do not suffer fools gladly, most especially those fools it is causing to suffer.
In that he has bought a place in Florida.
And would you all please cool it about the SEC’s home-team judges, for heaven’s sake?
It’s good to be king of the hedge-fund chickens. And also still CEO at the time.
In fairness to the hedge fund manager, it may be a 12 million-way tie.
If Exegesis Capital will invest based on the ex-chief of staff’s ability to read people in Washington, we might steer clear.
I wouldn’t want to be Sandy Alderson if the Big Guy doesn’t get a parade this year.
So perfect, in fact, that it has no more need of Carl Icahn, nor he of it.
He’ll probably just settle for the whole of Star Island. Maybe.
As when he was a congressman, there’s a pretty high minimum investment requirement.
Because that judge will be the one fulfilling his prophecy about going to jail.
Shame has never been a big part of Kelly Loeffler’s constitution.
This is how you become a billionaire many times over.
The great semantic debate of, uh, this week is over!
The Ackmanaissance comes to the perfect capitalist fantasy.
Or just choose not to have investor, but do that before you’ve done something the SEC can fine you for.
On second glance, yea, Alvin Hellerstein understands why you might think there’s a conflict of interest here.
Said Haidar was not expecting good news quite this quickly, which makes it very bad news for him.
David Einhorn’s symptoms have been downgraded to mild.
Let’s just pretend this whole stock-picking thing never happened, because in a very real way, it didn’t.
And Odey’s not gonna like Pentwater Capital’s plans for Rio Tinto.
Ex-jail guard union boss doesn’t want to go to jail, actually.
York Capital is going private equity because the hedge fund thing is not working out.
The less British they are, the better!
Getting its money back would be nice, too.
The torch has been passed to a new generation, and at a steep discount.
You don’t want to be the guy who strikes a deal days before Muddy Waters, uh, strikes.
As the CEOs of the various COVID vaccine makers would tell them, timing is everything.
In fairness to them, the whole paying-Revlon’s-debt-early thing is incredibly funny.
Well, probably not, but we’ll read whatever we like into that “no comment.”
While the winner of last week’s election may have mattered a great deal to the Third Point chief, he knew it wouldn’t to markets.
Never trust a South Florida money manager without an ex-wife and BMW. Or one with them, apparently.
Anchorage Capital appears to have forgotten that lawsuits are public record.
At least in his introductory press conference, that is.
If he’d just do what they want, he’d find China’s market regulators to be very reasonable and caring people.
And he’s not about to take his first “L” of the Trump administration, unlike the outgoing commander-in-chief.
Nope, it’s not a Cybertruck with an actual unbreakable windshield.
The former Och-Ziff Capital Management is done with its bribery dealings.
He’s going to focus full-time on losing your money. (And the chickens. And defending himself against sexual assault charges.)
Turns out, the proposal is against it.