• West London street is most expensive in England

    Victoria Road in the West London suburb of Kensington has been named the most expensive street to purchase property in England and Wales, according to Land Registry statistics.
  • Sellers Grow Impatient Waiting for Buyers

    Living in a home on the market that must always be ready at a moments notice for a showing can be unnerving for home owners. And as homes linger on the market for months upon months, begging children to keep their rooms tidy
  • GMAT Question of the Day: Word Problem and Critical Reasoning

    Two cities, Kensington MD and Reston VA are 30 km apart. From both of these cities, simultaneously, two hikers start their journeys towards each other. They are walking at a constant speed of 5 km/hour each.
  • Citadel Investment hires Jake Walthour

    U.S. hedge fund firm Citadel Investment Group, which is run by Kenneth Griffin, hired Jake Walthour as head of U.S. distribution for its asset management subsidiary, a company spokesman said on Friday.
  • Citadel in advanced talks to hire Jake Walthour: report

    Kenneth Griffin's hedge fund firm Citadel Investment Group is in advanced talks to hire Jake Walthour, co-founder of Aksia LLC, the Wall Street Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter.
  • Strong hedge gains help end '09 on high note

    For hedge funds, 2009 will be remembered as one of the industry's best ever -- a year when managers delivered strong gains after 2008's drubbing and investors returned to the fray with new money.
  • Hedge fund strong gains help end '09 on high note

    For hedge funds, 2009 will be remembered as one of the industry's best ever -- a year when managers delivered strong gains after 2008's drubbing and investors returned to the fray with new money.
  • Investors earmark $1 billion for Citadel

    Investors are ready to bet big again on superstar hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin, having told his Citadel Investment Group that they plan to commit $1 billion early next year, people familiar with the matter said.
  • Citadel lets some clients exit as funds thrive

    Hedge fund firm Citadel Investment Group will return millions to clients who asked to exit last year, but were locked in when its flagship funds lost more than half their value during the financial crisis.