The famed Waggoner Ranch stretches "as far as the eye can see." Now, after 20 years of litigation, two co-brokers are courting prospective buyers
How much crude the Saudis pump out of their largest field may determine the fate of some of America’s oilmen.
Melkonian Capital's $100 million event-driven vehicle looks for investments in private equity, real estate, and stocks.
Glencore boss Ivan Glasenberg takes on Rio Tinto’s Sam Walsh—and an entire industry.
Jules Kroll finds corporate detective work was a lot easier than elbowing his way into an entrenched industry.
Under-the-radar exchanges in Europe prepare to face a potent new challenger.
The father who couldn’t let go
Steve Schwarzman and Larry Fink, once partners, now vie for Wall Street dominance atop their wildly successful firms.
How the exchange giants ICE and CME acquired their way to dominance, a drawn-out drama.
At Pimco, Bill Gross built a reputation as the world’s best bond trader. Now, at Janus Capital, he’s managing a much smaller fund—all while being measured against his younger self.
Oddsmaking in Omaha
Banks say all the right things about promoting women, but the numbers tell a different story.
Even Robert Shiller doesn't know what to make of price-earnings data that make stocks look expensive.
The real growth area in U.S. finance is compliance. That’s definitely a bummer for people trying to make money. Is it also bad for the economy?
The Lawlers, both energy company CEOs, take on oil, gas, alligators—and each other.
The Nobel Prize winner tangles with his many foes—in a 16-bit video game.