And Uncle Carl knows a thing or two about that.
With a mere $2.5 billion each, they are both among the 332.8 million poorest Americans.
After all, once there’s no epidemic for Ron DeSantis to screw up and he’s president, there’s no reason not to.
Proxy disclosures a decade in the making are finally coming.
The last refuge of the alleged financial scoundrel remains a hedge fund.
Fear of Elliott is now a valid basis for a legal claim.
Which is, in fairness, generally how it works at BaFin.
This is Goldman Sachs, though: No SPAC b******t.
Time to cut a deal before a judge calls time on the whole party, although that’s probably not going to happen.
But he’s had a SPARC of inspiration, however many months too late.
Do you see any stocks in Pershing Square Tontine’s portfolio? He didn’t think so.
We mean, you weren’t, and you don’t care, but all the same.
Could you spare a few hundred million dimes?
Specifically, a Justice Department probe to go along with the SEC investigation and shareholder lawsuits.
The secret won't last much longer.
And the people who it cost $5.5 billion are gonna try to not repeat the experience.
That ironclad prenup forces Anne Dias back to the workforce.
Gregory Blotnick’s latest clever ploy has gone about as well as the last one.
Vitaly Korchevsky’s gonna stay a prison paster for a while longer.
Which is to say she lost in the actual court of the Second Circuit. Soundly.
And don’t you dare call it hypocrisy! Oh, you did? Well, then….
Don’t dare call it FOMO.
Where would Murray Huberfeld be without them? Either in prison for a lot longer, or not in prison at all.
‘Twas the decline of the equity long-short model, not the death of fundamental analysis, that killed White Square Capital.
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.