Once the bastion of old wealth and privilege, Greenwich, Conn., is ever becoming the center of new wealth and hedge fund wheeling and dealing, The Wall Street Journal reports in this morning's edition.

Since the 1990s, when investment bankers either left positions in New York of their own will or through recession vises, hedge funds have increasingly set up shop in the Town of Greenwich--or borrowed the address.

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