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World's Biggest Hedge Fund Evacuated After Receiving Wednesday Afternoon Bomb Threat

While bomb threats to schools and government institutions are a standard feature in this day and age, there was a twist on a familiar theme yesterday afternoon when employees of Bridgewater Associates, the biggest hedge fund in the world, evacuated from the company's Westport headquarters Wednesday after a " nonspecific bomb threat," according to an alert sent out by the company to employees.
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