The pandemic lockdown is at least partly to blame for that rather unfortunate instant message.
If GSA Capital can’t unsee Citadel’s code, can a judge?
What do these West Palm Beach billionaires know about the Sunshine State, anyway?
A tale as old as time. Or, at least, as old as this website.
What can he say? The guy just loves some cute and colorful bunting.
But at least he’s not going to jail for 18 months.
He just thinks, like, Twitter’s a great business on the right track, which is definitely something he says about lots of companies he’s invested in.
Which will also be virtual, natch.
And that place was an airplane hangar, of course.
It’s the best possible birthday present the universe could give me under the circumstances.
Maybe because the SPAC cops are the only regulators left on a beat.
Gabe Plotkin’s comeback proves short-lived, much to Steve Cohen and Ken Griffin’s chagrin.
You know, when prosecutors really look at it.
Carl Icahn needs someone who can smell bad governance and also tolerate 99% humidity.
Today is not Opening Day for one of the local nine. Tomorrow, either.
We’re not saying that Sean Hvizdzak did that. But the SEC is.
The hits keep coming for Gabe Plotkin.
It seems you do have to pay taxes on your bonus, even if they were deferred to satisfy some other meddling regulator.
Ol’ Craigey might need a new hedge fund sucker to get him out of this jam.
Hedge fund insider trading goes old school. Literally.
Franck Tuil’s well rested and ready to feast on the bloated, COVID-ravage corporate lepers of the continent.
Anthony Scaramucci’s gonna fix the place right up, just like he did for the White House Communications Office.
Failure to do so can lead to some uncomfortable, $105 million questions.
If you screw with David Swensen, you’d better not get caught.
The former Treasury secretary has become quite acclimated to the swamp.
Ties are broken by the most Principled among them.
Depends on whose fuzzy math you’re buying.
The short-form failure would prefer to discuss what favors the hedge fund manager may be doing to whether it stole its signature technology.
It was a good year for Tiger Global’s Chase Coleman, which means it was a good year makers and sellers of designer goods, as well.
It’s good to be able to afford to lose $460 million on a Reddit-driven short squeeze if, in fact, you are going to lose $460 million on a Reddit-driven short-squeeze.
If they get their way, no one will have the kind of fun Elliott had with Argentina.
Your purported friends are IEX are not actually your friends, dear retail investors, sayeth Ken Griffin.
Dan Kamensky may go from predicting jailtime to getting it in less than a year.
Turns out you can’t just reopen a bankruptcy you had nothing to do with because it would be convenient.
The Big Guy’s got some anger to take out on the markets with your money.
Steve Cohen wants everyone to “chile” out.
Letting the Redditors have their fun seems to be a bipartisan point of agreement, which is great, because it probably can’t be stopped.
This is getting very expensive, very, very quickly.
Your Honor, Florian Homm has a doctor’s note and Article 16 of the German constitution.