David Tepper

Sports
"It just makes me so aggravated and angry," Carolina's David Tepper said.
Business
Besides the fact that the deficit for fiscal 2013 will still be about $500 billion higher than it was before the Great Recession began at the end of 2007, markets have two other reasons to fear the cessation of quantitative easing.
Business
The new Rich List is out -- yet another example of financial pornography. While nearly 15 million Americans still can't find jobs due to the Wall Street-created crash, the top hedge manager, David Tepper, earned $1,057,692 an HOUR in 2012.
Tech
Loeb started out as a trader. He opened shop in 1995 with just $3.3 million in assets under management and operated in space
New York
David Tepper didn't plan any of it. The universe pushed and pulled him in different directions until he found himself sitting behind the check-out desk at Nook n' Crannie, the second-hand shop that gives alcoholics and addicts a second chance.
Education
SF's spokesperson Hari Sevugan confirmed, "We do not comment on any individual donor." Until now, identifying Rhee's usually
New York
The New York Post reached Tepper on Wednesday night who denied even being in the Hamptons in June. "I would never do something
Business
[David] Tepper, who runs Appaloosa Management, a $14 billion hedge fund in Short Hills, N.J., told CNBC in late September
Business
An economy can't persist for very long by buying its own debt with printed money. When rates rise despite the Fed's efforts to keep them down, that's game over for the "recovery."
Business
Watch the David Tepper interview on CNBC below: Now, as the government weighs a second round of stimulus, Tepper maintains
Business
In New Jersey, a state that is home to a bevy of high finance billionaires, with the highest per capita income in the nation, teachers are being sacked left and right.
Business
We heard a lot about CEO pay when Wall Street firms doled out their annual bonuses earlier this year. Of course, any bonus
Business
Today, Americans donate an average of 2 percent of their gross income to charitable causes. But what if the richest people gave much more away (and still kept a lot)?
Business
The Lazarus-like recovery of the nation's big banks did not benefit just the bankers -- it also created huge paydays for
Business
The time may come when the American people demand a modicum of financial justice and economic sanity. This would require something far beyond the current financial reform, which is basically a gift to Wall Street and hedge funds.