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Top U.S. hedge funds cut Apple stakes ahead of all-time high

”Top U.S. hedge fund management firms, including David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital and Philippe Laffont’s Coatue Management, reduced their stakes in Apple Inc during the fourth quarter, ahead of the iPhone maker’s strong rally in 2015, according to regulatory filings,” Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Sam Forgione report for Reuters. 147 more words


Is Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush in a bubble?

Jonathan Bush is having a lot of fun for a guy under attack. As he barrels around his 387-acre Maine resort at night in an all-terrain vehicle, weaving through trees and bumping over curbs, the co-founder and CEO of health care technology company Athenahealth doesn’t appear to be worried at all about a short-selling assault by hedge fund manager David Einhorn, who is very publicly betting against Athena’s highflying stock. 3,401 more words


How The Big Failed

By Joanna Socha

How Lehman Brothers Devoured Its Children

Andrew Ross Sorkin reveals details concerning the major people involved in this crisis. He takes us to the secret world, where the most powerful people on Wall Street turn out to be as scared and stressed as people on Main Street. 1,250 more words

American Crisis

How the billionaires played Apple last quarter

”Doing what the billionaires do might not be the best way to manage your investments,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune. “But it’s the strategy that iBillionaire has chosen.” 97 more words


How K-Cups defeated a legendary hedge fund manager

At a 2011 conference where prominent hedge fund managers presented key investment ideas, Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn raked Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, known for its K-Cup machines and pods, over the coals. 503 more words

The little literary t-shirt company that could

Everyone has a list of books they’re embarrassed to have never read. But instead of finally reading that hefty novel—whether it’s Middlemarch, War and Peace… 1,262 more words


The Importance Of Capital Intensity And Thoughts From Einhorn

It seems as though there has been a recent debate on going within the value investing community pertaining to ROE, ROIC and net-nets. At one hand of the spectrum we have the argument that value investors are throwing in the towel and buying anything with a high ROE while using 20+ years discounted cash flows to support their thesis. 1,391 more words

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