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Henry trims quarter of staff at Fla. firm

Hedge fund run by Sox owner cites declining assets

The firm has been overstaffed relative to its size, owner John Henry (left) said. The firm has been overstaffed relative to its size, owner John Henry (left) said.
By D.C. Denison
Globe Staff / November 7, 2009

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John Henry, the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox, has fired more than a quarter of the staff at his investment company in Boca Raton, Fla., a result of declining assets and “the current market environment,’’ a spokesman said. (Full article: 505 words)

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