Sat, 13/11/2010 - 11:08 by Dan Dzombak
"Our extraordinary times offer extraordinary opportunities, but as with most opportunities, there will be winners and losers." So begins legendary macro investor Paul Tudor Jones ' October investor letter. Jones runs Tudor Investments, one of the largest macro hedge funds in the world, where he makes top-down bets about how markets will move. In his letter, he sets out what he believes is going to happen to the markets as a result of the Federal Reserve's second round of quantitative easing, aka QE2. He then lays out how he is going to play that trend.
Mon, 23/08/2010 - 12:07 by Natalie James
A Swell Season outdoor concert turned out to be a major shock event Thursday when a concertgoer jumped to his death and landed right on the stage.
Sat, 14/08/2010 - 22:34 by Prince damin
Chicago -- Hollywood star Bruce Willis hasn't played many villains for more than two decades, and says he's happy being the hero.
"I played a bad guy in 'The Jackal,'" Willis, 55, told the Chicago Tribune.
Willis was in Chicago promoting Sobieski Vodka. "I don't feel like I'm missing out. I guess I have fun doing what I'm doing. I get to pretty much do what I want. And I keep getting asked back."
The story said it appears Willis will be replaying the role of John McClane in a fifth "Die Hard" movie. The most recent film in the franchise was 2007's "Live Free or Die Hard."
"There's a script that I think is going to be turned in this Friday. I hear good things about it," Willis said.