Hedge Fund Is Dissolving as It Faces 2nd Inquiry

New York Times – In the rarefied world of hedge funds, he is one of the greats — a stock-picker who managed to make money, bull market or bear, for more than two decades.

But on Wednesday, Arthur J. Samberg told his investors that his long, successful run was over. Mr. Samberg, 68, said he had reached a “painful conclusion” to wind down his $3 billion investment firm, Pequot Capital Management, because a long-simmering investigation into insider trading at the fund was heating up once again.

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