Tepper Tops Hedge-Fund Pay List With About $4 Billion

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April 1 (Bloomberg) -- David Tepper, who runs Appaloosa Management LP, earned an estimated $4 billion last year, making him the highest paid hedge-fund manager in 2009, the New York Times reported, citing an annual ranking by AR: Absolute Return+Alpha magazine. George Soros ranked second with about $3.3 billion in fees and investment gains. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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