The scribe behind one of the best eff-you letters of the financial crisis is open about his personal demons.
The Obama administration is considering regulating compensation in the financial-services industry, and beyond.
The dissident lenders attempting to block the sale of Chrysler's assets to Italy have given up.
Okay, he's a little afraid. But he's going to be a man about it, at least.
Stamford, Connecticut, has fallen on hard times.
The lenders Obama castigated yesterday were doing the right thing.
The Pershing Square manager has put his home on the market, and allows us a glimpse into his shower.
And when it hits them that only thing they're getting out of this is a new enemy in President Obama, they'll really be crying.
For the hedge-fund rock star, Friday the 13th was lucky.
"Vulture" investors are sick of looking like the carrion-eating creeps they are.
We thought the Long-Term Capital Management founder had blown up for good, but now he's running around with a new stick of dynamite.
A big empty mansion in Greenwich can still be yours!
'This is, after all, a man whose mind has been set on making vast, historic amounts of money since he was a kid.'
A Park Avenue lawyer is accused of swindling hedge funds out of millions.
Sandra Manzke, a manager of a Darien-based hedge fund, sent out a mass e-mail this week to investors and members of the financial community decrying the sins committed by her contemporaries in the marketplace.
Once infested with wealthy hedge funders, Greenwich, Connecticut, is now infested with an entirely different species.
1999 Chateau Margaux and 1999 Lafite-Rothschild, anyone?
Mark Souder from Indiana confronts George Soros.