#HedgePapers No. 16 – Hedge Fund Billions Boost Cuomo’s Privatization Push

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HEDGE FUND BILLIONS BOOST CUOMO’S PRIVATIZATION PUSH Why Won’t Hedge Funders Confess Their Role in Multi-Million-Dollar Lobbying Campaign? More than $13 million has been spent since 2014 by two charter/privatization groups trying to eliminate New York’s cap on charter schools and win backing for an unprecedented tax credit that would divert huge amounts of public resources into private schools....
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#HedgePapers No. 11 – High Frequency Hucksters

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Right Wing Financial Traders From The Suburbs Bet Big On The Philadelphia Mayoral Race: Why are a group of conservative traders bankrolling a self-described Democrat in the Philadelphia mayoral election? Anthony H. Williams enjoys a long history of support from the founders of Susquehanna Investment Group (SIG), a dark pool “high-frequency trading” firm based in the wealthy suburbs of Philadelphia.... pdf button

#HedgePapers No. 10 – The Double Standard of Success Academy

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Hedge Fund Hypocrisy: The Double Standard of Success Academy Success Academy – the charter-school chain and political launching pad for anticipated mayoral candidate Eva Moskowitz — is a favored charity for many hedge fund managers.           But beneath their rhetoric about fighting poverty and supporting academic achievement is a real double standard.... pdf button

Mansion Paper #1: Paul Tudor Jones

Paul Tudor Jones, self-described income inequality crusader, purchases $71.2 million mansion Hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones, who  waxed apologetic about income inequality at his recent TED Talk, has just snapped up another waterfront mansion, this time on Palm Beach Florida’s “Billionaires’ Row.”   It’s an important investment for Tudor Jones, who only owns two other waterfront mansions....

#HedgePapers No.6: Daniel Loeb

Daniel Loeb: BAD BEHAVIOR, BAD POLITICS, BAD KARMA A yoga devotee is calm, spiritual and concerned about the welfare of others—unless the yoga devotee in question is Dan Loeb, who is known for publicly excoriating executives and relentlessly pursuing the accumulation of more wealth than most people could spend in a hundred lifetimes....