Citadel CEO Ken Griffin defends Melvin stake against ‘an insane conspiracy theory’

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    Ken Griffin, the billionaire CEO of hedge fund Citadel, defended his $2 billion investment in short seller Gabe Plotkin’s Melvin Capital last month amid the height of the GameStop mania.

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