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Opening Bell: 12.7.17

Why Baupost terminated half their female investment professionals last year (i.e., one woman); Nehal Chopra took credit for others' work; Wall Street would like some profits from frackers, please; dog interrupts Cats; and more.
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Opening Bell: 04.25.12

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Chopra’s New York firm, Ratan Capital Management, oversees some $1 billion and its flagship Tiger Ratan Capital fund returned 28.4% net of fees in the first half of 2015. By contrast, the average hedge fund returned 2.53% in the fir...

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Nehal Chopra is a graduate from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2011, Tiger Management, led by Julian Robertson, seeded Nehal Chopra’s Ratan Capital. She has also worked as at  UBS and Lehman Brothers Holdin...

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