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Galleon Group, the hedge fund founded by Raj Rajaratnam, the man at the center of the insider trading scandal that has rocked Wall Street in recent days, is shutting its doors. (Apparently, investors get a bit nervous when they see the CEO of the hedge fund they've invested in get hauled away in handcuffs and quickly ask for their money back.) Galleon is now reportedly looking to sell off the firm's assets, so if you're looking to pick up a hedge fund on the cheap, you probably should email to Raj as soon as possible. Oh, and yes, we tested out Raj's email address a few minutes ago and it still appears to be operational. So you're all set on that front. Do be sure to let us know how your negotiations go, though. [NYT]