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Ken Griffin: Multitasker

Juggling a divorce, taking ex-employees to court, and continuing to deliver a high rate of return might be too much for some hedge fund managers....
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Think the Citadel chief can’t wage a simultaneously high-stakes and extremely petty divorce battle, make those who have crossed him feel his wrath and run one of the world’s most successful hedge funds—successfully—all at the same time? Think again.

Two of the biggest hedge funds at Griffin’s $24 billion Citadel rose 2.8 percent in January.

Last year, those funds returned 18.7 percent, far outpacing the average fund gain of 4.6 percent, according to industry data provider Absolute Return.

Divorce troubles not keeping Ken Griffin’s hedge funds down [N.Y. Post]
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