Michael Berger, whose hedge fund went bust in January 2000 and lost $400 million and who has been a fugitive since March 2002, was caught and arrested in Austria last week, according to Reuters.

Berger, 35, launched Manhattan Investment Fund in 1996, and the fund suffered huge losses when Berger bet against technology and Internet stocks between 1996 and 1998.

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