The founder of the world’s biggest hedge fund just railed at the New York Times — at one of the paper’s own events

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Billionaire Ray Dalio just went off on the New York Times again – this time at one of the newspaper’s own events.

“I’d like to talk about the ridiculous New York Times article,” Dalio told moderator and Times’ editor Charles Duhigg in response to his question about how he handles criticism. Dalio is the founder of Westport, Conn.-based Bridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund with about $103 billion in assets. 

Dalio was referring to an article that the Times ran earlier this week that detailed a case in which Dalio fired at least one staffer via a company-wide email and an instance where the company had employees review a video challenging whether a senior executive had lied.

Asked about his opinion that the story had been “miscovered,” Dalio said: “Worse than that, it was intentionally done.”

“There are journalists, writers who are intended to…

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