The entrance desk of the Amazon workplace is pictured in New York, Could 1, 2019.Carlo Allegri | Reuters(This story is for CNBC Professional subscribers solely.)One stock-picking hedge fund loaded up on shares of e-commerce big Amazon and American railroads amid the coronavirus pandemic. New York-based hedge fund Soroban Capital Companions —co-founded by Eric Mandelblatt, Gaurav Kapadia, and Scott Friedman in 2010— manages about $10 billion in property for shoppers. In the course of the coronavirus market rout — which induced the quickest bear market and worst first quarter in historical past — the fund was shopping for up shares of main U.S. railroads, in response to the newest SEC 13f filings. Soroban additionally added shares of Jeff Bezos-led Amazon. Check out Soroban Capital Associate’s high holdings.