Once Giant, Turner Investments Shell Of Former SelfMark Melin
A dispute among top employees at Turner Investments is framing the fall of the hedge fund that leading up to the 2008 financial crisis had $28 billion under management. The firm, now a shell of its former self, is reported to manage just $600 million. Turner appears to teeter as lawsuits and countersuits between the fund and its former employees put it on edge. Multiple calls to the fund’s . . .
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