Julian Robertson, hedge-fund guru to ‘Tiger Cubs,’ dies

One of the world’s most profiled managers and investment mentors has died of cardiac complications aged 90.

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Julian Robertson, the billionaire Tiger Management founder who became one of his generation’s most successful hedge-fund managers and a mentor to a wave of investors known as Tiger Cubs, has died. He was 90.

He died Tuesday morning at his home in Manhattan from cardiac complications, according to Fraser Seitel, a longtime spokesman for Robertson.

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