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The positions David Einhorn announced at recent investment conferences have usually worked against him. Will this year be different?
"Another one bites the dust And another one gone, and another one gone Another one bites the dust..." -- Queen, Another One Bites the Dust Yesterday, a large fund of funds (that invests in hedge funds), Aurora, closed it's doors and is returning $5 ...
I recently added "Peak Hedge Funds" to the growing list of "Peaks I See," writing: "At the minimum, I think that hedge funds' market dominance is over, and that a diminished role for this asset class could prove destabilizing for stocks. And at most...
The music world lost an icon while April becomes a hot month for Chapter 11 filings. Also, Starbucks reported earnings.
U.S. stocks were mixed as a slew of earnings report kept investors busy.
As its stock has plummetted more than 99% over the past year, the troubled renewable energy company filed for bankruptcy protection.
As bankruptcy reports mount, David Einhorn and Greenlight Capital shed shares of SunEdison recently.
The troubled renewable energy company gave more light on its tenuous financial position.
Stocks floundered, unable to extend a rally into day three, as investors waited for more earnings to gauge how companies fared in the first quarter.
SunEdison's own investigation found it not guilty of "fraud or willful misconduct." What will the regulators' investigation say?
SunEdison may have skipped an interest payment on its debt, worsening its already weakened position.
"Peak Hedge Funds" has become another of The Many Peaks I See. At the minimum, I think that hedge funds' market dominance is over, and that a diminished role for this asset class could prove destabilizing for stocks. And at most, I believe that hedg...
University of Michigan list runs down 100 firms that could implode.
The yieldco model is broken but there are measures -- albeit drastic ones -- that could fix it.
SunEdison's main problem is simple, the details are tricky.
Troubled tie-up echoes failed 1989 UAL deal that sank markets.
The U.S. Treasury dropped a bomb on the M&A arbitrage community last night, issuing an unexpected ruling on so-called corporate "inversions" that could doom the proposed merger between $110 billion Allergan (AGN) and $190 billion Pfizer (PFE). The a...
First Solar and JA Solar offer opportunities in the alternative energy sector, even as SunEdison implodes.
The troubled renewable energy company continues to fall and the lawsuits are mounting.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is on the floor of the NYSE talking MLB's Opening Day and answering social media questions.
U.S. stocks kicked off Monday's session to the upside, despite fluctuating oil prices.
Shares of the troubled renewable energy company fall after a WSJ report.
Clouds continue to gather for the troubled solar energy company.
And the hits keep coming for the beleaguered renewable energy company as TerraForm Power's CEO resigns.
U.S. indices were able to reverse their earlier declines midday, though SunEdison lost more than half its value.
Stocks turned mixed after consumer confidence rebounded in March.