Monthly Archives: September 2016
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Diamondback Energy Inc. is nearing a deal to buy Silver Hill Energy Partners, the latest in a rush by oil producers to acquire drilling land in West Texas.
This woman’s good deed turned into a missing deed of ownership.
While the S&P 500 only had a modest move higher in the third quarter, there were big gains in other sectors, regions and asset classes.
Selling the house and splitting the proceeds is usually the best choice — but not always
Deutsche Bank is seen as the biggest single risk to the global financial system, but the danger isn’t on par with Lehman Brothers. Here’s why.
Hedge fund Och-Ziff to pay $412m in Africa bribery case
Leading US hedge fund Och-Ziff has been ordered to pay $412m (£316m) to settle charges that it paid millions in bribes to top officials across Africa to secure mining and investment rights. It is the first time a fund has been sanctioned under US …
Och-Ziff Plea Halts Rise of Hedge–Fund Billionaire’s ProtegeBloomberg
This is the latest depressing data point for hedge funds bleeding assetsBusiness Insider
Och-Ziff hedge fund to pay $413 mn over Africa briberyDaily Mail
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This 20-year-old says he dropped out of NYU to start his own hedge fund
Julian Marchese, 20, left New York University last year to focus on his business, Marchese Investments. “NYU is extremely expensive,” Marchese told Business Insider. “I felt that the next three years that I would have spent at school I could have spent …
There have been numerous negative reports regarding banks in Europe recently, but as bad as those have been, the charts suggest there may be more to come.
While buyouts are looming, political bashing of drug prices has died down, says Michael Brush.