Whitney Tilson has decided to shut down his hedge fund, saying its poor performance has made him “miserable.” Tilson — long a fixture on the TV circuit as he has piggybacked on moves by investors like Warren Buffett and David Einhorn — told investors Sunday that he would be closing Kase Capital, The Wall Street...
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