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Reliable data on hedge funds is difficult to obtain and acceptable performance evaluation norms are hard to establish
Since the US subprime credit crisis unfolded in mid-2007, one hedge fund after the other has collapsed. The most recent high-profile fund to have gone under is one of Carlyle, a blue-blooded private equity investor managing as much as $80 billion, which has several top US...
Dr Nita Mukherjee on the Tatas unique move to create second careers for women
Ten years after I first researched the emergence and problems of 'contingent workers' and episodic work, especially by women, it is heartening to see that at least one Indian corporate has not only recognised that business opportunity but also decided to tap that expanding reservoir of human resource. On 10 March...
When Bear Stearns was bought out by JP Morgan in mid-March for just $ two a share, someone lost over a billion dollars in wealth. It was Joseph Lewis, the Bahamas-based reclusive English billionaire currency trader, also the principal owner of the UK football team – Tottenham Hotspur. Lewis started buying into Bear Stearns last year after the first round of subprime crisis clobbered the stock...