Steven A. Cohen is the owner of the New York Mets of Major League Baseball. On September 14, 2020, Cohen and the New York Mets reached an agreement to make Cohen the majority owner and give him around 97.2% of the team. He founded the now-defunct S.A.C. and the hedge fund Point72 Asset Management.
In one of the largest criminal cases against a hedge fund, the Cohen-founded S.A.C. Capital Advisors pleaded guilty to insider trading in 2013 and agreed to pay $1.8 billion in fines ($900 million in forfeiture and $900 million in fines).
Steven Cohen Ex-Wife: Who is Patricia Cohen?
Steven Cohen’s wife is Patricia Cohen. In addition to being the author of “In Our Prime: The Fascinating History and Promising Future of Middle Age,” Patricia Cohen is a global economics correspondent based in London (Scribner).
In order to assist with the establishment of the Arts & Ideas section, Ms. Cohen joined The New York Times as Ideas editor in 1997. Later, she was in charge of the publication’s theater coverage. Patricia Cohen, Steven’s ex-wife, filed a lawsuit against Cohen and his brother Donald T. Cohen in December 2009 alleging racketeering and insider trading.