Hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam did not appear in court on Monday on the sixth day of jury deliberations in his insider trading trial after undergoing emergency foot surgery, his lawyer said. Full story
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A group of high-profile hedge fund managers made a financial killing in 2010, leaving many to wonder whether they deserve the billions they were paid for beating Wall Street odds. NBC's Lisa Myers reports.
NBC’s Lisa Myers reports that even though many Americans struggled to earn money in 2010, there’s a group of hedge fund managers who had no trouble cashing in on a combined $22.7 billion.
Mo' Joe: ABC's Dan Abrams joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book "Man Down," which asserts that women are better than men in pretty much all areas of life.
Former hedge fund mogul Raj Rajaratnam is hearing evidence in court that he gained his information illegally, with CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Bill Gates and his children are among those tuning into former hedge fund analyst Sal Khan's web tutorials. Gates says these videos, which range from algebra to biology, are "the cutting edge of where education is going."
This March 8, 2011 file photo shows former hedge fund guru Raj Rajaratnam, co-founder of the Galleon Group LLC, at the center of the largest US crackdown on hedge-fund insider trading in US history, arrives at federal court in Manhattan in New York. A jury began deliberating April 25, 2011 in Wall
Former billionaire and Galleon hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam shown here leaving Manhattan Federal Court in New York on April 20, 2011.
NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 12: Billionaire Galleon Group hedge fund cofounder Raj Rajaratnam enters a Manhattan Federal Court with one of his lawyers on the second day of the defense phase of his trial for insider trading on April 12, 2011 in New York City. Prosecutors allege that Rajaratnam pocketed $4