As one of the few women on Wall Street selling oil and gambling stocks at a mid-sized shop in the late 1970′s, Lee Hennessee, a belle from North Carolina, noticed that her best customers were hedge-fund pioneers-ruthless men like Julian Robertson and Michael Steinhardt, who moved fast and bought stock in bulk. Ms. Hennessee jumped Read More
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