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Japan Today
Seven & i shareholders approve new president, but predecessor lingers ‹ Japan Todayapproved on Thursday the appointment of its new president, Ryuichi Isaka, a cho
Seven & i shareholders approve new president, but predecessor lingers ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 4 days ago
approved on Thursday the appointment of its new president, Ryuichi Isaka, a choice backed by U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb but opposed by Isaka’s long-reigning predecessor. Isaka, 58, who successfully led the group’s Seven-Eleven Japan... Read more
5d
Channel NewsAsia
Japan Seven & i shareholders approve new president, but predecessor lingersapproved on Thursday the appointment of its new president, Ryuichi Isaka, a cho
Japan Seven & i shareholders approve new president, but predecessor lingers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
approved on Thursday the appointment of its new president, Ryuichi Isaka, a choice backed by U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb but opposed by Isaka's long-reigning predecessor. Isaka, 58, who successfully led the group's Seven-Eleven Japan... Read more
5d
Canberra Times
Alibaba's rise and fall: What comes after the $174b wipeout?44 rate the stock a buy with just two recommending investors sell. Shareholder
Alibaba's rise and fall: What comes after the $174b wipeout?
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
44 rate the stock a buy with just two recommending investors sell. Shareholders haven't been so bullish. Billionaires Daniel Loeb and George Soros have sold all or most of their holdings in Alibaba, as have funds run by proteges of Julian... Read more
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5d
The Age
Alibaba's rise and fall: What comes after the $174b wipeout?44 rate the stock a buy with just two recommending investors sell. Shareholder
Alibaba's rise and fall: What comes after the $174b wipeout?
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
44 rate the stock a buy with just two recommending investors sell. Shareholders haven't been so bullish. Billionaires Daniel Loeb and George Soros have sold all or most of their holdings in Alibaba, as have funds run by proteges of Julian... Read more
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5d
Sydney Morning Herald
Alibaba's rise and fall: What comes after the $174b wipeout?44 rate the stock a buy with just two recommending investors sell. Shareholder
Alibaba's rise and fall: What comes after the $174b wipeout?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
44 rate the stock a buy with just two recommending investors sell. Shareholders haven't been so bullish. Billionaires Daniel Loeb and George Soros have sold all or most of their holdings in Alibaba, as have funds run by proteges of Julian... Read more
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11d
Market Watch
Activist investors ally to form lobby groupactivist investor Carl Icahn Billionaire investors Paul Singer, Carl Icahn, Ba
Activist investors ally to form lobby group
Market Watch / Posted 11 days ago
activist investor Carl Icahn Billionaire investors Paul Singer, Carl Icahn, Barry Rosenstein, William Ackman and Daniel Loeb are setting aside their political differences to launch a Washington-based lobbying group to fight mounting... Read more
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11d
Fortune
Major Activist Hedge Funds Just Launched a D.C. Lobby Groupto a person with direct knowledge of the matter, the group’s backers are: Willi
Major Activist Hedge Funds Just Launched a D.C. Lobby Group
Fortune / Posted 11 days ago
to a person with direct knowledge of the matter, the group’s backers are: William Ackman of Pershing Square, Carl Icahn, Daniel Loeb of Third Point, Paul Singer of Elliott Associates and Barry Rosenstein of Jana Partners. Activist investors buy... Read more
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12d
Channel NewsAsia
Activist investor heavyweights form new lobbying armcompanies. The Washington D.C.-based trade association is backed by five of th
Activist investor heavyweights form new lobbying arm
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
companies. The Washington D.C.-based trade association is backed by five of the largest activist investors by assets: William Ackman, Carl Icahn, Daniel Loeb, Paul Singer and Barry Rosenstein. (Reporting by Michael Flaherty; Editing by Chris Re... Read more
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12d
Reuters
Activist investor heavyweights form new lobbying armcompanies. The Washington D.C.-based trade association is backed by five of th
Activist investor heavyweights form new lobbying arm
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
companies. The Washington D.C.-based trade association is backed by five of the largest activist investors by assets: William Ackman, Carl Icahn, Daniel Loeb, Paul Singer and Barry Rosenstein. (Reporting by Michael Flaherty; Editing by Chris Re... Read more
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20d
TheBull
Top 10 hedge fund honchos netted $10 bn in 2015some prominent no-shows on this year's list, including John Paulson of Paulson
Top 10 hedge fund honchos netted $10 bn in 2015
TheBull / Posted 20 days ago
some prominent no-shows on this year's list, including John Paulson of Paulson & Co., Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors and Daniel Loeb of Third Point. Funds of all three finished 2015 in the red, Alpha said. Others missing from the top 10 were... Read more
20d
Raw Story
The top 25 hedge fund managers earned $13 billion in 2015 — more than some nationsyear on Wall Street that has led many well-known hedge funds to lose billions o
The top 25 hedge fund managers earned $13 billion in 2015 — more than some nations
Raw Story / Posted 20 days ago
year on Wall Street that has led many well-known hedge funds to lose billions of dollars and others to close down. Daniel Loeb, CEO of Third Point, a hedge fund that manages $17.5bn, has described market conditions as a “hedge fund killing... Read more
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20d
Market Watch
Top hedge-fund managers made $13 billion in 2015 even as Wall Street tanked2011, with returns down 1.1%, according to data from Hedge Fund Research. The
Top hedge-fund managers made $13 billion in 2015 even as Wall Street tanked
Market Watch / Posted 20 days ago
2011, with returns down 1.1%, according to data from Hedge Fund Research. The woeful results led one hedge-fund boss, Daniel Loeb of Third Point LLC, to refer to the recent run of poor performance as one of the most “catastrophic periods” for... Read more
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20d
CNBC
These hedge-fund billionaires are the hottest handsnames on the Rich Lists of years past were missing, including John Paulson of P
These hedge-fund billionaires are the hottest hands
CNBC / Posted 20 days ago
names on the Rich Lists of years past were missing, including John Paulson of Paulson and Co., Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors, and Daniel Loeb at Third Point. These industry leaders , however, did make the list, and qualified for t... Read more
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21d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
New Seven boss extends olive branchan olive branch that could help mend a divided board. The gesture by Ryuichi I
New Seven boss extends olive branch
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 days ago
an olive branch that could help mend a divided board. The gesture by Ryuichi Isaka, who is backed by US activist investor Daniel Loeb, comes after Suzuki failed to oust Isaka in April in what was seen as a rare victory for corporate governance in... Read more
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21d
Japan Today
Seven & i's new head keen on advisory role for departing CEO Suzuki ‹ Japan Todayolive branch that could help mend a divided board. The gesture by Ryuichi Isak
Seven & i's new head keen on advisory role for departing CEO Suzuki ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 21 days ago
olive branch that could help mend a divided board. The gesture by Ryuichi Isaka, who is backed by U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb, comes after Suzuki failed to oust Isaka in April in what was seen as a rare victory for corporate governance in... Read more
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21d
Fortune
Why the Hedge Fund Industry's Influence May Be Waningon returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences betwee
Why the Hedge Fund Industry's Influence May Be Waning
Fortune / Posted 21 days ago
on returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences between global economic policies, for example. Daniel Loeb, who runs $17.5 billion Third Point, said pointedly in a recent letter to investors “as most investors have been... Read more
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21d
The Globe and Mail
Midas touch gone, U.S. hedge fund industry’s influence may be waningon returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences betwee
Midas touch gone, U.S. hedge fund industry’s influence may be waning
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
on returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences between global economic policies, for example. Daniel Loeb, who runs $17.5-billion Third Point, said pointedly in a recent letter to investors “as most investors have been... Read more
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21d
The Star
Hedge fund industry's influence may be waningon returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences betwee
Hedge fund industry's influence may be waning
The Star / Posted 21 days ago
on returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences between global economic policies, for example. Daniel Loeb, who runs US$17.5 billion Third Point, said pointedly in a recent letter to investors "as most investors have... Read more
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22d
Channel NewsAsia
Midas touch gone, hedge fund industry's influence may be waningon returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences betwee
Midas touch gone, hedge fund industry's influence may be waning
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
on returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences between global economic policies, for example. Daniel Loeb, who runs US$17.5 billion Third Point, said pointedly in a recent letter to investors "as most investors have... Read more
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22d
Reuters
Midas touch gone, hedge fund industry's influence may be waningon returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences betwee
Midas touch gone, hedge fund industry's influence may be waning
Reuters / Posted 22 days ago
on returns from arbitrage strategies that attempt to exploit differences between global economic policies, for example. Daniel Loeb, who runs $17.5 billion Third Point, said pointedly in a recent letter to investors "as most investors have been... Read more
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22d
Channel NewsAsia
Seven & i's new head keen on advisory role for departing CEO Suzukiolive branch that could help mend a divided board. The gesture by Ryuichi Isak
Seven & i's new head keen on advisory role for departing CEO Suzuki
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
olive branch that could help mend a divided board. The gesture by Ryuichi Isaka, who is backed by U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb, comes after Suzuki failed to oust Isaka in April in what was seen as a rare victory for corporate governance in... Read more
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26d
Japan Today
Secrecy, hierarchy haunt Japan's corporate culture ‹ Japan TodayBenes said. Glimmers of change have emerged. Retail group Seven & i named an
Secrecy, hierarchy haunt Japan's corporate culture ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 26 days ago
Benes said. Glimmers of change have emerged. Retail group Seven & i named an executive backed by U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb as president of its parent company last month, prompting its 83-year-old patriarch Toshifumi Suzuki to... Read more
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28d
The Star
Secrecy, hierarchy haunt Japan corporate culture despite Abe's reformsBenes said. Glimmers of change have emerged. Retail group Seven & i named an
Secrecy, hierarchy haunt Japan corporate culture despite Abe's reforms
The Star / Posted 28 days ago
Benes said. Glimmers of change have emerged. Retail group Seven & i named an executive backed by US activist investor Daniel Loeb as president of its parent company earlier this month, prompting its 83-year-old patriarch Toshifumi Suzuki to... Read more
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28d
Reuters
Secrecy, hierarchy haunt Japan corporate culture despite Abe's reformsof change have emerged. Retail group Seven & i (3382.T) named an executive bac
Secrecy, hierarchy haunt Japan corporate culture despite Abe's reforms
Reuters / Posted 28 days ago
of change have emerged. Retail group Seven & i (3382.T) named an executive backed by U.S. activist investor Daniel Loeb as president of its parent company earlier this month, prompting its 83-year-old patriarch Toshifumi Suzuki to... Read more
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