Somehow, this movie makes financial jargon thrilling — and easy to grasp.
Seth Klarman warned investors that President Donald Trump’s policies and personality could hurt economic growth and market expansion.
Anti-occupation protests and college BDS resolutions have grabbed headlines in recent years. But a potentially more consequential battle over Israel has been raging under the radar in corporate boardrooms and shareholder meetings.
Irving Kahn, the American Jewish money manager who died on Thursday, February 26, at age the age of 109, was more than just the oldest living investment professional, as he was often dubbed. Kahn exemplified a work ethic which stressed ever-fresh intellectual interests as a way to remain young in spirit. Always on the lookout for the next great technical or scientific development, Kahn’s vigilance was stouthearted, even well past his centenary.
Attorneys for Donald Sterling told a probate court judge on Monday that the Los Angeles Clippers co-owner had been duped into medical examinations that determined he lacked the mental capacity to have a say in the $2 billion sale of his team.
Shelly Sterling on Wednesday was granted a trial next month in Los Angeles to resolve a dispute with her estranged husband Donald Sterling over who controls the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, leaving its $2 billion sale up in the air.
Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, has decided not to support the sale of the team and will go forward with a federal lawsuit against the National Basketball Association.
National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver said on Sunday a single obstacle blocked completion of the $2-billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers - a lawsuit brought by embattled owner Donald Sterling against the league.
Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has agreed to sell the team for $2 billion and will drop his lawsuit against the National Basketball Association, his lawyer Maxwell Blecher said on Wednesday, five weeks after taped racist remarks Sterling made caused the NBA to ban him for life.
Donald Sterling bought the L.A. Clippers for 16 million and is set to sell the team for $2 billion. Here’s a look at other investments he could have made at the time, and how much less he would have made.