Cerberus investors want to leave the ship after losses

For a company named after a mythical, multi-headed hound, Cerberus is definitely in the dog house with its investors. The huge private equity firm is being deserted by many of its key clients, continuing a trend of fund flight that has intensified in the last year. Several media outlets reported that 71 percent of the investors in the firm's two large funds want their capital returned. The money these clients have with Cerberus totals $5.5 billion, putting the New York-based investment manager in a tough position.