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Pimco has stepped up a war of words with its ex-CIO Bill Gross, saying he could have been fired for abusing colleagues, the Financial Times reports.
What will be the Fed's next move: raise rates or wait to see how the market plays out?
Former UK PM Gordon Brown has become an adviser to Pimco, his first major role in the private sector, the FT reports.
Mark Kiesel, PIMCO CIO, discusses ways to get equity-like returns in bonds.
Richard Clarida, Global Strategic Advisor, Managing Director, PIMCO, responds to the Fed Minutes.
The Fed has inflated a bubble and that's going to damp market returns, perma-bear Marc Faber, publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC.
Bottom line for investors?
"We get this question all the time."
Allianz is the parent company of Pimco. Oliver Bate, Allianz SE Chairman and CEO, discusses Bill Gross' lawsuit, and the company's growth strategy.
PIMCO Global Head Mark Kiesel discusses the upside to credit and how investors can earn 5 percent in corporate bonds.
Mr. Gross's lawsuit against PIMCO is not simply about astronomical damages, but much more, says Dan Eaton.
Patty Glaser, PIMCO Founder Bill Gross's lawyer, explains why Gross is suing PIMCO for $200 million.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan details the "spy novel" plot behind why PIMCO founder and former CIO Bill Gross is suing PIMCO, saying the company's "improper, dishonest and unethical behavior must now be exposed."
PIMCO responds to Bill Gross' lawsuit over wrongful termination, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Former PIMCO founder and CIO Bill Gross sues PIMCO, saying the company's "improper, dishonest and unethical behavior must now be exposed."
Seeking safe returns
Investors who stayed put in the Pimco Total Return fund that Gross had managed for decades are up 1.7 per cent, the FT reports.