Bridgewater Employees At Last Actually Working In Magical Forest
Bring on the wildebeests.
Bring on the wildebeests.
Nothing to see here (anymore), Mr. Commissioner.
That pause in selling Vaxart shares and increase in ownership ceiling sure was fortuitously timed for Armistice Capital, no?
It just wants to make sure they are sure they wanted to vote against management, and also that they’ve read the rules about acting in concert.
After paying them $2.45 billion, of course.
Echo Street’s managers do not like the people they were becoming.
Assuming, that is, that the janitor is a man.
Apologies to the Virgin Islands authorities, but in spite of the shared last name, he’s got no idea where to find him.
Charles Stevenson knows what we’re talking about.
We suppose it’s the really the least they could do.
If we’re throwing around c-words, I can think of one to describe the hedge fund manager.
D.E. Shaw has crunched the numbers and thinks the beleaguered company is worth something. Or, you know, maybe not.
Billy is super-high on Lowe’s.
Peace in Northern Ireland is apparently only a part-time job.
Who wouldn’t want to spend a global pandemic in rural Wisconsin?
Jail is not sufficient. $60 million and subordinated claims might be.
They know it’s unusual for the bloc to help hedgies, but come on.
Ken Griffin’s suddenly got lots of places to stay in a city where Citadel has no office.
I mean, he lives in Florida, so maybe he can?
‘Cause he’s not gonna do the latter anymore.
I’m no lawyer but that just seems like a bad idea.
Also, they’d like those hedge funds to become mutual funds, if they’re being honest.
Third Point is taking this fight to Tokyo, having nearly doubled its money in New York.
In other words, whose pretense will most successfully sway a judge.
Well, one opinion, really, stated hundreds and hundreds of times.
There’s reason to think Crispin’s limited partners might be rooting against him.
It’s going to have to check and recheck its machine to see how someone so unPrincipled suck through.
Did a hedge fund manager learn a little too much from his erstwhile enemies?
Eileen Murray’s not tolerating any dishonesty here.
Come on, guys: Chase Coleman and Larry Robbins have figured it out.
The loophole in the carried-interest loophole is closed, for now.
Our favorite disgruntled would-be Batman just took a bath in a Miami Beach infinity pool.
They’ll probably just shrug off the impending economic cliff the president and Congress seem intent on driving off.
Looks like Crispin Odey’s got something else in common with Boris Johnson.
‘You need to go to jail’ is probably not what Manuel Henriquez was hoping to hear.
We all know this milestone should have been passed the minute Point72 opened to outside investors.
British Airways is a perfectly nice airline, but this is ridiculous.
We’re sure the former presidential candidate would agree, had COVID not taken his ability to continue breathing.
The inscrutable, incomprehensible and completely unnecessary legal battle between the former Cooper-Hohns comes, after much time and expense, to its meaningless and inevitable conclusion.
He’s probably got a private elevator at 220 CPS, so it’s OK.
A promise made over the charred and smoldering remains of California is still a promise.
Luckily for (at least) one convicted hedge fund fraudster.