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'My name is Jose, and I'm fat'
Bronte Capital's John Hempton visits an Herbalife nutrition club in Queens and sees something that short-seller Bill Ackman appears to have missed. Herbalife's main product is not protein shakes and supplements, as outlined in Ackman's extensive research on the company. Instead, it's a for-profit Alcoholics Anonymous for obese people – one that appears to work quite well.
How not to catch a billionaire
In its zeal to fight insider trading, the FBI goes after low-level hedge fund staff – and comes up empty.
Eresman's Encana exit
Market fatigue drove Randy Eresman from Encana's top spot.
Lance Armstrong's banker
Of all the people who will watch Lance Armstrong's interview with Oprah Winfrey, perhaps the most nervous will be the individual most responsible for the money machine that propelled Mr. Armstrong's career.
How not to trade
12 cognitive biases that prevent you from being rational.
2013 hedge fund positions
Long and leveraged.
The pros and cons of going private
On the issues driving Dell towards private ownership, and the obstacles it will face.
(Jody White is the Web Editor for Streetwise.)