As M.L.B. owners consider whether to approve Cohen as the new owner of the club, several complaints filed by women at his company loom as potential sticking points.
As the pandemic accelerated the demise of some brick-and-mortar retailers, a group of investors profited handsomely from their travails.
Some hedge funds and private equity firms that lent money to property owners are now suing them for falling behind on interest payments.
The Dodd-Frank financial law succeeded at making banks safer, but empowered shadowy corners of finance that nearly wrecked the system in March.
Since Chatham Asset Management took over Postmedia, Canada’s largest newspaper chain, 1,600 employees have been laid off and more than 30 papers shut down.
The family-owned publisher of The Sacramento Bee and The Miami Herald announced the winner of its bankruptcy sale: Chatham Asset Management, the owner of The National Enquirer.
Alden Global Capital’s emergency motion challenges the attempt by a likely suitor, Chatham Asset Management, to buy the publisher of The Sacramento Bee and more than two dozen other papers.
In south London, people rebelled when a developer, backed by an American hedge fund, tried to evict Nour Cash & Carry.
Tommy Tuberville, the football coach and leading Republican vying to take on Senator Doug Jones in Alabama, had a tumultuous foray into finance.
The central bank said the financial system “amplified” the shock in March, and warned that vulnerabilities remain heightened.
A global disease outbreak isn’t the kind of risk that many investors were trained to react to.