This story was revised to correct the spelling of Bill Rhea and the firm J.W. Rhea & Associates.
This article has been updated to reflect the date of the Senate Banking Committee hearing.
About 60 percent of mutual funds have beaten benchmarks so far in the third quarter, according to Goldman. An earlier version misstated the period.
This story has been updated to show Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is drawing 9 percent of support among likely voters.
Bresch appeared before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. An earlier version misstated the committee's name.
This story was revised to correct the day the FOMC meeting concluded. It was Wednesday.
This republication was revised to correct the day the SEC charged Cooperman and Omega Advisors. It was Wednesday.
This story was revised to delete Kinder Morgan, Transocean and Williams Cos. and add HCP, CF Industries and Host Hotels for the list of companies whose stocks could be most negatively affected by a surprise rate hike announcement Wednesday by the Federal Reserve. This version uses prior-year figures for the companies' dividend yield. A previous version was based on fiscal-year data, which is not as up to date as prior-year figures.
In April 2014, Wells Fargo reported it achieved record retail banking cross-sell of 6.17 products per household, according to documents offered to the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday. That figure was misstated in an earlier version of this article.
Correction: The Experia Ear will be launched in November, not June as previously stated.