Maneet Ahuja

Maneet Ahuja (born 1984) is an American author, journalist, television news producer, and hedge fund specialist.wikipedia
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Maneet Ahuja (born 1984) is an American author, journalist, television news producer, and hedge fund specialist.

CNBC

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She is a producer of CNBC's morning business news program, Squawk Box.

Squawk Box

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She is a producer of CNBC's morning business news program, Squawk Box. Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

Wiley (publisher)

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Her 2012 book, The Alpha Masters: Unlocking the Genius of the World's Top Hedge Funds, was published by John Wiley & Sons and nominated for an FT / Goldman Sachs Book of the Year Award.

Forbes

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Forbes named her to their "30 Under 30" list of media figures for 2012.

Mount Sinai Hospital (Manhattan)

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Ahuja serves on the Council of Advocates for Mt. Sinai Hospital and is on the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

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Ahuja serves on the Council of Advocates for Mt. Sinai Hospital and is on the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

Citigroup

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Ahuja began her finance career at the age of 17 when she interned at Citigroup in 2002 as a credit risk analyst.

Credit risk

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Ahuja began her finance career at the age of 17 when she interned at Citigroup in 2002 as a credit risk analyst.

Merrill Lynch

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She remained at Citigroup for nearly four years before moving to Merrill Lynch as a global economics and equity research intern.

The Wall Street Journal

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She later became one of The Wall Street Journal's youngest reporters, working on their Money & Investing team.

Ray Dalio

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

David Tepper

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

Appaloosa Management

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

David Einhorn (hedge fund manager)

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

Lehman Brothers

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

John Paulson

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

Goldman Sachs

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Ahuja's work on CNBC's Squawk Box includes the first on-air appearance made by Ray Dalio, Founder and CIO of the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates and David Tepper—hedge fund manager and the founder of Appaloosa Management, coverage of David Einhorn's warning call before the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and John Paulson's communication to investors following an SEC investigation into the Goldman Sachs "Abacus" deals.

World Economic Forum

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She has also covered the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Davos

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She has also covered the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Bill Ackman

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In December 2012, Ahuja and CNBC colleague, Kate Kelly, made the first report that Bill Ackman, manager of Pershing Square Capital Management, had a short position on Herbalife, a multi-level marketing company that sells health care products, and considered their business model to be a pyramid scheme.

Pershing Square Capital Management

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In December 2012, Ahuja and CNBC colleague, Kate Kelly, made the first report that Bill Ackman, manager of Pershing Square Capital Management, had a short position on Herbalife, a multi-level marketing company that sells health care products, and considered their business model to be a pyramid scheme.

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In December 2012, Ahuja and CNBC colleague, Kate Kelly, made the first report that Bill Ackman, manager of Pershing Square Capital Management, had a short position on Herbalife, a multi-level marketing company that sells health care products, and considered their business model to be a pyramid scheme.