Congratulations to the Whitney Museum of American Art on retaining a brooding, sullen Ken Griffin as a board member.
Former Citadel lawyer leaving her job at Coinbase for senior markets oversight gig at CFTC...no, really.
It's not like Ken Griffin isn't famously approachable.
Citadel’s gonna see if there’s anything out there in the sub-$300/square foot range.
It’s fine: All the lamps at Soros Fund Management are bolted down.
It won’t last forever, but it will be more interesting than working for Jay Clayton, and Chicago’s a better town than D.C.
The University of Chicago will be churning out little Ken Griffins—and those training the little Ken Griffins—for the foreseeable future.
Citadel clients have a bunch more money to be rendered useless by the inevitable runaway inflation.
Q: What do you call softly whispering "21st Century Glass-Steagall into Ken Griffin's ear? A: Foreplay
Hmmm, we're not seeing a ton of hands.
Nobody does real estate like The Griff Dog.
Citadel wants whistleblower status.
The Chicago hedge fund manager suffers from an inability to go a week without spending half a billion dollars on something.
No one needs twelve condos just in Florida. Five or six are plenty.
If he plays his cards right, Marco might even get a Florida apartment out of this deal.