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Winter 2015 Issue of Graham & Doddsville

February 02, 2015 By: webmaster Category: Bill Ackman, Columbia Business School, Graham And Doddsville Newsletter, The Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing

The students of Columbia Business School just released the Winter 2015 Issue of Graham & Doddsville.

The new issue features Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital Management, Jay Petschek and Steve Major (’94) of Corsair Capital Management and Andrew Wellington of Lyrical Asset Management. Additionally, you will find pictures from the 2014 Graham & Dodd Breakfast and seven investment ideas from Columbia Business School students.

Thanks to the students at CBS for another insightful issue.

Check out the latest issue of Graham & Doddsville here.

Read past issues of Graham & Doddsville here.

Spring 2012 Issue of Graham and Doddsville

May 10, 2012 By: webmaster Category: Alex Roepers, Bill Ackman, Columbia Business School, Graham And Doddsville Newsletter, Jim Chanos, Julian Robertson, Thomas Russo

The students of Columbia Business School just released another incredible issue of Graham and Doddsville.

The Spring 2012 issue of Graham and Doddsville features Jim Chanos of Kynikos Associates, Alex Roepers of Atlantic Investment Management, Tom Russo of Gardner Russo & Gardner, and the legendary Julian Robertson of Tiger Management.  This issue also features 3 of the investment ideas presented at the 5th Annual Pershing Square Value Investing and Philanthropy Challenge on April 25, 2012.

Congratulations to the 2011 – 2012 second-year graduating editors Anna Baghdasaryan (CBS ’12) and Joseph Jaspan (CBS ’12) on an outstanding job.

Check out the latest issue of Graham and Doddsville here.   Keep up the great work CBS!!!

Bill Ackman on Charlie Rose

November 16, 2008 By: webmaster Category: Bill Ackman

I have quickly come to realize that Charlie Rose has some of the best SuperInvestor interviews around.  Most recently, Charlie Rose interviewed hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, founder of Pershing Square Capital.  I was fortunate to meet Mr. Ackman several times as a student at Columbia.  While Warren Buffett says that an IQ of 125 is all that is necessary to succeed as an investor, Bill Ackman clearly surpasses that score.  His intelligence is complemented by his clarity, which is why I enjoy listening to what he has to say.

Check out the interview here.