Are Billionaire Traders Public Assets?

Chris Rokos is suing Brevan Howard, the hedge fund he was a founding partner of, for restraint of trade. If I had $900 million in the bank, I wouldn't be fighting to build a bigger train set.
how many of these do you really need?

A lawsuit winding its way through the courts provides further evidence, if it were needed, that the very rich are different from you and me. It also suggests that hedge-fund managers (or at least their lawyers) regard themselves as socially useful, a contentious assertion to say the least.

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