Greenwich-based company expected to add 600 new jobs

Around 600 new jobs are coming to southwestern Connecticut.



Greenwich-based AQR Capital Management, a global investment firm, says it's planning to expand its headquarters and operations in the state.



Gov. Dannel Malloy says the company has submitted a $72 million plan to the state, which includes keeping 540 jobs that are already here.



In exchange, the state will give AQR $28 million in loans and $7 million in grants.


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