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Tudor returns to its roots
Paul Tudor Jones turned conservative when he reasserted control after the crash of '08. With the macro fund's returns muted, questions about his retirement have surfaced. But Jones says he's sticking around.
By Stephen Taub Illustrations by Jack Unruh Paul Tudor Jones II is the quintessential swashbuckling hedge fund manager—a former cotton trader who famously parlayed a bet on the 1987 stock market crash into an empire with $20.8 billion at its peak. In recent years he's become known as much for his philanthropic
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