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Watch Live: AT&T, Time Warner Respond To DOJ Anti-Trust Lawsuit

Update (5:40 pm ET): In a statement, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson vowed to fight the DOJ's lawsuit. He said AT&T's challenge is about preserving the rule of law against an overreaching DOJ anti-trust division. He also said that, while he doesn't know for sure if the opposition is political in nature, he's not surprised that the question of whether this is a political vendetta keep coming up.

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Is Ray Dalio's Commitment To "Radical Transparency" Hurting Bridgewater?

Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates might become the first hedge fund to hand over the reins to an algorithm.

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"The World's Most Feared Investor" Lashes Out At Safe Spaces

Several days after Paul Singer released his much anticipated letter to investors (key excerpts here), the founder of Elliott Management was profiled on Bloomberg as the "most feared activist investor in the world—by hedge fund rivals, companies and even countries", and for good reason. Singer’s Elliott Management, which manages $34 billion of assets, has not only rarely been out of the headlines the past 18 months - in the process targeting the world’s biggest mining company, taking on Warren Buffett, ousting CEOs on both sides of the Atlantic and setting off a chain of events that led to the impeachment of South Korea’s president - but as shown in the table at the bottom, has generated unprecedented and consistent returns, putting the rest of the activist sector to shame.

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Someone Just Made An "Unprecedented" Bet On An Imminent Surge In Bond Volatility

Step aside "50 cent", there is a new mystery vol trader on the block, one who is certain that a vol quake is about to strike US Treasurys.

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