Activist Investors Help Companies, Not WorkersPeter Orszag
Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Activist funds, which buy stakes in companies in order to force changes in their operations, are one of the hottest trends in finance. Over the past year, the money flowing into them has surged so much that their assets under management are up more than 50 percent, while those of hedge funds as a whole have risen less than 15 percent.
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