When Eliot Spitzer was an up-and-coming white-collar crime fighter, one of his targets was hedge funds. Now Spitzer has been forced from his job as New York governor in a sex scandal. And his wife has gone to work - for a hedge fund.
Silda Wall Spitzer has taken a position with Metropolitan Capital Advisors, a New York merger arbitrage shop cofounded by Karen Finerman, a contributor to CNBC's Fast Money. Wall Spitzer is expected to raise money for Metropolitan. The job revives a high-powered career for Wall Spitzer, who holds a JD from Harvard Law School and