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The Pimco Total Return Fund trailed behind its 95 percent of peers in March, spelling more blues for the company.
Pimco's Bill Gross isn't the only bond fund manager losing assets.
Pimco Total Return Fund is trailing 87 percent of its peers so far this year, in the latest setback for co-founder Bill Gross.
Stacy Francis, Francis Financials president and CEO, and Tim Maurer, Bam Alliance, discuss grounds for concern at Pimco.
Morningstar reaffirmed its gold rating on Pimco's total return fund. Eric Jacobson, Morningstar senior fund analyst, provides perspective on that rating.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reports possible market discontent coming this summer, Yahoo's Marissa Mayer heading to the hotseat, and Mohamed El-Erian on Twitter as the hottest topics on CNBC.com.
The former co-CEO of the Newport Beach, Calif., bond giant posted his first tweet Monday morning at around 10 a.m. to announce his presence.
Not so long ago known as the untouchable Bond King of the investment world, the Pimco founder now finds himself the subject of intense scrutiny.
Digging into the showdown at Pimco between Mohamed El-Erian and Bill Gross, with Peter Mirijanian, Peter Mirijanian Public Relations, and CNBC's Bill Griffeth.
A Reuters article is now saying Bill Gross is declaring Mohamed El-Erian is trying to undermine him. Eric Jacobson, Morningstar, and Gregory Zuckerman, Wall Street Journal, provide perspective.
The falling out between Bill Gross and his one-time partner Mohamed El-Erian has quickly turned into one of the ugliest bust-ups in recent history.
Investors in Allianz are calling on the insurer to take action amid concerns over the health of its US fund business Pimco after El-Erian quit.
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CNBC.com's Jeff Cox discusses the relationship between Mohamed El-Erian and Pimco's Bill Gross. "Shark Tank's" Kevin O'Leary; "The Profit's" Marcus Lemonis; and "Fast Money" contributor Josh Brown provide insight on leadership.
Public shouting matches. A tense working atmosphere. A man at the top running amok. These are not the things one usually associates with Pimco.
The Wall Street Journal writer Gregory Zuckerman suggested Pimco is a "difficult place to work." Bill Gross responds. "Mohamed left because he told us he wasn't the man to carry out his own plan," Gross says.
Bill Gross responds to The Wall Street Journal writer Gregory Zuckerman's article on the work environment at Pimco, and the relationship between Mohamed El-Erian and Bill Gross.
The Wall Street Journal writer Gregory Zuckerman provides insight into the workplace at Pimco, and why El-Erian left.
CNBC's Jeff Cox discusses why there is inner turmoil at Pimco right now.
Bill Gross, and the rest of bond giant Pimco, are moving past the Mohamed El-Erian era.