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April 16, 2007
City for Sale

For almost everything in New York, hedge-funders are the high bidders. And if you’ve got something to sell, what a wonderful thing that is.

April 16, 2007
Long-Short Story Short

Alfred Winslow Jones invented what he called a “hedged fund.” The name’s been bastardized, and so has just about everything else about it.

April 16, 2007
Why Aren’t Hedge-Fund Fees Dropping?

Competition, as any freshman economics student will tell you, brings down prices. It works for computers and for phone calls and for cars. Why not for hedge funds?

April 16, 2007
Who Gets to Marry a Billionaire?

Hedge-fund wives and where they come from.

April 16, 2007
The Rankings

The hedge-fund elite.

April 16, 2007
The Running of the Hedgehogs

Maybe you were hoping that hedge funds were another passing fad that you could safely ignore. Well, they are a fad, but they show no evidence of passing, and we are now living in the wildest, most unrestrained financial moment in recent history. So it’s time to stop faking it and figure out what it’s all about.

April 9, 2007
Office Life

The many meanings of the workplace.

April 9, 2007
Taxonomy of Office Creatures

Protect yourself —it’s a jungle out there.

April 9, 2007
Cubicle Bard

Joshua Ferris, author of the lauded satire Then We Came to the End, talks about the Chicago ad agency where his office education began.

April 9, 2007
The Successful Tantrum

How to Win by Losing It.

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