Hedge Funds

Steinhardt goes Greco-Roman


Completion of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art's $220 million remodeling was celebrated on April 19, drawing politicians and Broadway celebs. But the silent stars at the gala were some Greek, Roman and Etruscan guests invited by none other than hedge fund philanthropist Michael Steinhardt. The pieces from his and his wife Judy's private collection included a silver bowl from the 4th century B.C. and a 4,000 year-old bronze bust of a Hellenic youth. The artistic treasures are omitted from most Met guidebooks because they are only on loan to the museum from Steinhardt's private collection - so