Stanley Druckenmiller Strikes Backs, Defends Fossil Fuel InvestmentsMark Melin
Former hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller is caught in the middle of a politically correct battle over investment management of a college endowment. In a rare opinion piece, the one-time manager of Duquesne Capital, particularly noted for his outstanding 2008 performance where he is reported to have made $260 million as well as working with George Soros to “break” the Bank of England in 1992 . . .
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