Posts Tagged ‘hedge fund’

Audio Post: Story About My Big Bust

Audio Post: Story About My Big Bust

By The Banker | Audio Posts

Last week I did a Texas Public Radio live storytelling event with the theme “Big Break and Busts,” so naturally I told the story of my failed investment fund. I’ve covered a bit of this before, as the Bankers Anonymous Origin Story. Here’s the audio for that event. Or the embedded Soundcloud format: I’m going to go [&hellip

Dan Loeb Comes To A Sleepy Town

Dan Loeb Comes To A Sleepy Town

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Wall Street

Editor’s note: A version of this post appeared in the San Antonio Express-News under my “So…Money” column, “Dan Loeb Is Not ‘San Antonio Nice’.” It’s probably hard for non-San Antonians to understand the importance of this one medium-sized company for the city’s image of itself. Rackspace is the darling of San Antonio’s business community, a [&hellip

What is a Hedge Fund?  WSJ answers

What is a Hedge Fund? WSJ answers

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Wall Street

I’m quick to criticize traditional media when they dumb down, or sex up, or just miss completely on finance topics. The Wall Street Journal is better than most, but still I find myself shaking my fist at the paper from time to time. Earlier this week, in anticipation of the relaxation of rules for Hedge [&hellip