'This time it's final': Soros retires from fund management

Anna Fedorova
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Billionaire investor George Soros is finally retiring from fund management at the age of 84 to focus on political philanthropy.

The veteran investor announced his retirement plans at a dinner he hosted in Davos yesterday evening, The Times reports. Soros (pictured) said: "I have finally retired from managing my own money. I...

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