Bridgewater Ray Dahlio hires Palm inventor to be a pure tech driven hedge fund

(Last Updated On: March 11, 2016)

Bridgewater Ray Dalio hires Palm inventor to be a pure tech driven hedge fund

This could be a big deal as it highlights now this hedge fund now is more tech driven with algos vs traditional means

March 10 — Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker reports on Bridgewater said to hire Jon Rubinstein as co-CEO. Schatzker speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”

Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates hired Jon Rubinstein, one of the creators of the iPod, as co-chief executive officer, as the $154 billion firm transitions management away from its founder.

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