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Baupost’s Seth Klarman says it’s harder to find investment ideas

Baupost’s Seth Klarman. Getty Images/ Kevork Djansezian Value investor Seth Klarman, founding father of $30 billion hedge fund The Baupost Group, says excellent investment ideas are harder to come by way of. “Mispricings are much less commonplace and no more stark, and anticipated returns are frequently on the low finish of …

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The men’s club that hosted a charity dinner where hostesses were allegedly groped and harassed has shut down

A body from throughout the Presidents Club Dinner. Financial Times The Presidents Club, which ultimate week hosted an unique all-male dinner and charity public sale where hostesses were allegedly groped and harassed, has shut down following a damning Financial Times file into its actions. A spokesman for the club instructed …

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The largest Lamborghini dealership in the world: Photos, details

Two Lamborghini Aventadors and a Huracan in the Lamborghini Dubai showroom.Benjamin Zhang/Business Insider Lamborghini Dubai is the Italian supercar maker’s largest dealership. The 30,000 sq. foot facility opened in April 2017.  The three-story construct showroom is designed through Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott.  Dubai is global well-known for its sizable inhabitants of …

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United Airlines tumbles after announcing increased capacity on its flights

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz.AP Photo/Richard Drew United‘s inventory fell after the corporate mentioned it will building up capacity on its planes, perhaps opening up a price cutting war with low cost carriers. Investors feared the transfer would weigh on its benefit margin. United reported fourth-quarter profits that beat expectancies. …

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Baupost’s Klarman raises concerns about Trump, nationalism, markets

Baupost’s Seth Klarman. Getty Images/ Kevork Djansezian Seth Klarman, founding father of $30 billion hedge fund The Baupost Group, is anxious about rising nationalism in the United States and in a foreign country. Klarman says buyers will have to be apprehensive. President Donald Trump “places the U.S. susceptible to each …

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Oscars 2018: ‘Abacus’ gets ‘Hoop Dreams’ director first best documentary nomination

Thomas Sung in “Abacus: Small Enough to Jail.” Sean Lyness. Steve James’ newest documentary seems on the best financial institution to be indicted in connection to the 2008 loan disaster. The film has won an Oscar nomination within the best documentary class, the first ever nomination for James, whose landmark …

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Side hustle success stories from people who make over $1,500 a month

A lady who cleans animal skulls makes $1,600 a month right through the busy season. (Pictured: Carla Brauer.)Courtesy of Carla Brauer America is obsessive about the aspect hustle economic system. Chris Guillebeau, a best-selling writer, entrepreneur, and podcast host teaches people precisely the best way to release a aspect hustle. …

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