Men Bet She Would Fail; Now She Runs a $26 billion Fund
"From the moment Dawn Fitzpatrick stepped onto the American Stock Exchange trading floor as a clerk in 1992, she sensed that the odds were against her. Surrounded by men in jackets barking trade orders, she stood out in her pleated skirt and twin sweater set. Traders around her began wagering over how long Ms. Fitzpatrick, then 22, would last... Those who bet against her lost." Read more about the woman taking the reigns of George Soros's investment empire via the New York Times.