New Jersey Note Auction 'Oversubscribed' Despite SEC Suit
Just one day after settling allegations of fraud with the Securities and Exchange Commission, New Jersey sold $2.25 billion in short-term notes, a new record.
Criminal Investigation Reported for Goldman Sachs
U.S. prosecutor reported to be looking at mortgage trading activities of storied firm.
Criminal investigation reported for Goldman Sachs
It is widely reported that U.S. prosecutors are looking into the mortgage trading activities of Goldman Sachs Group and its employees. The New York Times...
Thain Tapped as Merrill's New CEO
Merrill Lynch is now led by John A. Thain, 52, the former chief executive officer, director and member of the management committeee of NYSE Euronext...
Subprime Mortgage Crisis 2, Financial-Service CEOs 0
Merrill Lynch says it hired former NYSE Euronext CEO John Thain on November 14 to replace the brokerage firm's ex-CEO and chairman, Stan O'Neal, who...
Thain Is New CEO of Merrill Lynch
Merrill Lynch says it hired former NYSE Euronext CEO John Thain to replace the brokerage firm's ex-CEO and chairman, Stan O'Neal, who "retired" on October 30, six days after the firm announced a write
Options Volatility Fund Ready to Emerge from Cocoon
SAN FRANCISCO (HedgeWorld.com) - A California investment advisory firm will launch two new hedge funds with an options-volatility arbitrage strategy on June 1. The funds, Trilogy...
Fund in Focus: Brandywine Fund
Bill D'Alonzo, lead manager since December 1985 S&P Rank: 2 Stars Experiencing Growth Spurts
Goldman Sachs to Rub Out Five Global Sector Funds
Sept. 13, 2002 -- Loomis Sayles & Co. said veteran bond fund manager Dan Fuss has relinquished his duties as chief iSept. 16, 2002 --...