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Billionaire Jeffrey Vinik is the owner of Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL) and the Tampa Bay Strom (AFL ... As the founder of Vinik Asset Management, Jeffrey Vinik made about 50% per year between the fund’s inception in 1996 and 2000. Vinik returned investors.
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