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.
It’s all he knows how to do at this point.
Litigation promises to be much more lucrative than whatever it was NS8 pretended to be doing.
Getting rid of most 13Fs proves too unpopular even for someone with nothing to lose like Jay Clayton.
Nothing else will change, of course.
Not even his designated successor and the lure of tens of millions in tax savings could get the Elliott Management chief to live among those people.
Congrats, you left the European Union. Now you’ve got to come back if you want to keep your job.
Jerry Reinsdorf has no idea what he’s getting himself into.
Dean Mustaphalli knows what we’re talking about.
The wealthy and powerful could be and were trusted with the truth.
If they’d just unfreeze those assets, his little bro would quickly get them back to his alleged victims, he’s pretty sure.
Dubai’s nice and all, but kind of boring. Also he’d like his $500 million back.
Eileen Murray gets (at least some share) of what was coming to her.
From meat mislabeling to a guy named Heckler cold-calling Ponzi scheme victims, it’s been a delightful month on Long Island.
That’s a big, “Thanks, but no thanks” from the hedge funds on getting rid of most 13Fs.
That’s how it’s supposed to work, right?
It’s just a lawsuit for now, but there are always the riveters and metal presses if that doesn’t work.
Does that mean it’s close to a guarantee that he is?
Just be realistic and ignore the “well governed” part.
Brian Armstrong wouldn’t want to do anything divisive, after all.
Jail? Probable. $60 million? Not quite.
For once, Sam Isaly’s dogged refusal to accept his limitations has backfired on him.
Bring on the wildebeests.