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Angry protesters shut down Entrust a major investor conference hosted by Entrust Capital this afternoon that boasted former president George Bush and a host of Wall Street heavyweights a spokesman for the protesters and attendees confirmed to the FOX Business Network.
Hedge fund impresario Steve Cohen is in the market again, this time not just to buy some stocks but also to find a new firm to help monitor his market activities, the FOX Business Network has learned.
The SEC green lights Steve Cohen’s return to Wall Street after a bruising and public securities case against the billionaire.
Herbalife is hauling out its legal team for another go-around with activist investor Bill Ackman.
Hedge fund impresario Steven A. Cohen has signaled that he’s looking to expand his trading activities in Asia, the latest indication that the former head of SAC Capital thinks he can return to managing money for outside investors after a series of regulatory issues barred him from the securities business for the past two years, the FOX Business Network has learned.
Herbalife threw a jab at Bill Ackman as the hedge fund manager and Valeant Pharmaceuticals investor mounted a defense of the drug company.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz secretly met with board members of DuPont Co. to once again push his plans for major structural reforms at the chemical giant.
Unless Congress takes a stand and passes new legislation targeting insider trading on Wall Street, the practice isn’t going away anytime soon.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton unveiled her plan to combat the “abuses of Wall Street” in a statement released on Thursday.
Hedge funds are designed to outperform the market, but recently they have been performing poorly. Let's look at a theory on why they have been under performing.
Formed in early 2015, the Hedge Clippers grew out of Occupy Wall Street but are exclusively focusing its efforts on hedge fund managers involvement in politics.
The recent sell-off in equities has been violent, and while it’s natural to be gun shy after such extreme volatility, investors should continue to take the long view. Going forward, the game plan should be to take advantage of dislocations by patiently buying assets that have been disproportionately technically impacted, but not fundamentally impaired.
In an interview with FOX Business Network’s Deirdre Bolton entrepreneur Mark Cuban discussed market volatility
Billionaire activist investor William Ackman's hedge fund has built a stake worth about $5.5 billion in Cadbury chocolate and Oreo cookies maker Mondelez International Inc, which could become a potential target in a consolidating food industry.
Puerto Rico’s expected default on August 1st on a small tranche of the government’s almost $73 billion dollar debt could have huge implications for millions of American retirees who are unaware they are invested in that debt.
The relatively sunny conclusion of a recent survey indicates that investors think that good times will prevail. Is this realisitic? Take a look at what is behind the survey results.
Like a parent warily watching a teenager, the SEC is keeping a closer eye on hedge funds and their use of social media. A recent study by marketing firm Agecroft Partners found that the use of social media within the hedge fund industry “has increased significantly” in recent years.
The nation’s largest pension fund stunned Wall Street recently with its move to cut in half the number of outside firm’s handling its money and eliminate hedge funds in order to cut down on fees.
Top U.S. hedge fund management firms, including Leon Cooperman's Omega Advisors and Philippe Laffont's Coatue Management, continued to reduce or slash stakes altogether in Apple Inc during the first quarter, as shares of the iPhone maker rallied.