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Ken Griffin finally says enough, will move Citadel HQ to Miami

Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin has finally seen enough. Griffin sent a note to employees Thursday morning that he will relocate his investment firm's headquarters to Miami after more than 30 years in Chicago.

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Ken Griffin finally says enough, will move Citadel HQ to Miami

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CHICAGO - Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin has finally seen enough.

Griffin sent a note to employees Thursday that he will relocate his investment firm's headquarters to Miami after more than 30 years in Chicago.

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