May 4 2007 | 12:04pm ET
Rupert Murdoch may be bidding $5 billion for Dow Jones and its flagship property, The Wall Street Journal, but one long-time media expert views this takeover bid as a one off for the dying newspaper business, viewing pixels and bandwidth as the big winners for media investors.
“When [Murdoch] wants something, he doesn’t care what it costs,” says Dennis Leibowitz, managing partner of media-focused hedge fund Act II Partners. “In the case of Dow Jones, even though it is obviously a very high multiple for a newspaper company, [Murdoch] looks at it in global terms as a franchise.”
Mar 17 2014 | 9:30am ET
“Transparency” has become a touchstone for investors in the post-Madoff world but, according to Carl Lingenfelter, chief administration officer at Northern Trust Hedge Fund Services, it's a concept that has evolved over the past five years from fraud protection to risk management to investment performance. Read more…
Mar 10 2014 | 11:33am ET
A huge thank you to all of the people who helped make last Thursday’s HFC NY Open Your Heart to the Children Benefit such a success. The charity gala raised nearly $2 million to prevent and treat child abuse in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Read more…