This isn't going to end well.
Raj Rajaratnam, the billionaire founder of New York–based hedge fund Galleon Group, has been arrested. Things look pretty bad.
Another piece of financial-fraud history is yours for the taking.
One prospective juror wrote that big financial firms "always try to bend the rules to make as much money as possible."
John Paulson's former right-hand man is charming in a Hannibal Lecter kind of way.
What our IM conversation with hedge-fund billionaire John Paulson would have been like today, if we were friends.
See? This is what happens when they're home all the time.
Happily, so do we.
We have looked at the evidence and rendered our verdict.
Which is not bad, relatively speaking.
Gotta keep up with the times, you know.
Dad only laid out $2.7 million for junior.
Some of his money seems to have rubbed against some other money, improperly.
What our IM conversation with hedge-funder John Paulson would have been like today, if we were friends.
Now he has been joined by other hedge-fund managers, and they are all making lots of money together. Why?
The activist investor cries, evokes Martin Luther King Jr. and JFK, after losing fight with Target board.
Einhorn attacks Geithner, Buffett, “hope” at annual hedge-fund conference.
Pequot Capital founder Arthur Samberg is closing his hedge fund after being targeted by the SEC yet again.