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BOSTON, May 10- Hedge funds lost money for their investors last year but the industry's top-paid managers had a banner year, with five men earning more than $1 billion each in 2015, an industry survey released on Tuesday showed. Citadel's Kenneth Griffin, who started trading from his Harvard dormitory in the 1980 s, and Renaissance Technologies' James Simons, a...
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