It was a rule-shredding Wednesday on Zoom.
Denise George has some questions (and document requests) for the billionaire.
Also, they’d like those hedge funds to become mutual funds, if they’re being honest.
That’s how it’s supposed to work, right?
Thanks for the input, Cerberus, but the other Germans have sort of maybe kinda got this.
Our favorite disgruntled would-be Batman just took a bath in a Miami Beach infinity pool.
The latest monument to her hubris comes (of course) in lawsuit form.
That’s the gist of it, anyway, when you cut through the legalese.
It’s just so much harder for it to trace that way, it says.
Alts shops sure got a whole lot of money they allegedly aren’t entitled to.
Private equity guys, you’re on notice from a guy with one foot out the door. Or not.
Who’d like to bet their retirement on the geniuses who brought you the Neiman Marcus and J. Crew bankruptcies?
The cryptocurrency enthusiast is angry, and you wouldn’t want to see Mike Novogratz angry.
Now, he’d like to see her name in the signature line of some four-year-old paychecks.
Please don’t make him. (You probably can’t, anyway.)
The Securities and Exchange Commission is apparently shocked to learn.
The Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups may prove the greatest challenge to the president’s attention span yet.
There may not be any hedge funds left to invest in, but that’s not Jay Clayton’s problem.