Greenlight Capital investors are standing by their man.
If you're feeling the pain from the recent selloff, you're not alone. David Einhorn is probably feeling it, too. The investing guru is in the process of recovering from one of his worst years
After pressure from hedge funds, Claire Gogel, a former Greenlight executive, will join the board of the renewable energy company.
Greenlight Capital, the hedge fund founded by investor David Einhorn, is seeking a seat on the board of SunEdison — a solar manufacturing company. Since July, the company's stock has collapsed around 90%. Investors started selling after...Show More Summary
A sharp selloff and the departure of a key executive has left an opening for activist investor David Einhorn’s hedge fund Greenlight Capital to appoint a board member at SunEdison (SUNE). Read More »
Hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn, the founder of Greenlight Capital, had a year to forget in 2015. "We have never had a year where so little went right," he wrote in letter to his investors on Tuesday. Einhorn's Greenlight Capital fell 3.8% in the fourth quarter, ending 2015 down 20.2%. Show More Summary
In fact, it's difficult to impossible to imagine it having gone worse.
David Einhorn’s own son summed up his year in 2015 with a simple sentence: “Dad, why don’t you just short your longs and long your shorts?” Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital fell 3.8% in the fourth quarter and completed 2015 down by 20.2%. Show More Summary
One of David Einhorn's kids gave him some investment advice: "Dad, why don't you just short your longs and long your shorts?" Greenlight Capital fund fell 3.8% in the fourth quarter, ending 2015 down 20.2%. Einhorn's only previous down...Show More Summary
There are some unexpectedly humble words in David Einhorn's latest, just released, letter which follows a year in which the famed poker-playing hedge fund manger lost 20% and would eagerly forget. From The Grenlight letter to clients:...Show More Summary
Greenlight Capital, the hedge fund led by David Einhorn, is long Macy's, according to Bloomberg News. The retailer's stock is up 3.5% at $39.20 per share. More to come... Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Jim Cramer's inspiring words on how to come back from a beatdown
In fact, consider the numbers 2, 0, 1, and 5 banned from Greenlight Capital's offices.
Prime Finance is Business Insider's midday summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. David Einhorn, the founder of hedge fund Greenlight Capital, sent Business Insider his most important chart of 2015. The Martin Shkreli saga continues. Show More Summary
The year is coming to a close, which means it's time to review what we've learned about financial markets. To do that, Business Insider reached out to some of Wall Street's brightest minds to get a sense of what they're reflecting on. Show More Summary
Cynical short-sellers are targeting some of Wall Street's most famous short-sellers. Amid plunges in the stock prices of David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital and Dan Loeb's Third Point reinsurance entities, Bloomberg reports that bearish investors have piled in pushing short interest (as a percent of shares outstanding) to its highest since 2009. Show More Summary
Hedge fund managers John Paulson, Daniel S. Och, and David Einhorn join 1,700 attendees to raise $27 million for charity.
One of the stocks hedge fund manager David Einhorn has been recently short is being taken private at a 78% premium. On Monday, Keurig Green Mountain Coffee, the maker of K-cups, said it's being acquired by JAB Group for $92 a share,Show More Summary
Several investors in a housing company backed by prominent hedge fund manager David Einhorn (Trades, Portfolio), Green Brick Partners (NASDAQ:GRBK), pulled out of their positions in the third quarter. Each of the other holders tracked by GuruFocus – besides heavily invested Daniel Loeb (Trades,Portfolio) – sold nearly half their shares or more. David Einhorn, [...]