Soros CIO Burdick Said to Plan to Step Down - Bloomberg
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Ted Burdick plans to step down as chief investment officer for Soros Fund Management, according to Bloomberg. The fund is looking for a CIO candidate with experience in macroeconomic investing.
George Soros has become more involved in day-to-day trading, the report said.
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