With 47 years heading what’s now the biggest hedge fund firm, the 73-year-old investment guru hands over control to a younger generation.
Gregory Davis predicts that a U.S. economic slump, when it occurs, will be mild.
While company payouts hit a record, economic problems should slow that pace up ahead, a Janus Henderson study warns.
The philosophical hedge fund honcho scored big in the first half, betting against European companies.
S&P says it is increasingly using environmental data in its credit rating analyses.
Why big allocators on this side of the Atlantic, like CalSTRS, CPPIB, and OMERS, are seeding Old World newbie companies.