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.
The Fed should act because the U.S. no longer needs an “emergency” intensive care monetary policy, Pimco CIO Scott Mather said.
Pimco's flagship fund dropped below $100 billion in assets for the first time in more than eight years.
Richard Clarida, Global Strategic Advisor, Managing Director, PIMCO, discusses the Fed minutes.
Mark Kiesel, Global Head, Corporate Bond Portfolio Management, PIMCO, says housing data is the key to whether the Fed will raise rates in 2015.
Dr. Dieter Wemmer, CFO of Allianz, played down the continued impact of Bill Gross's departure from investment firm Pimco.
See you in September
Investors pulled over $150 million from Pimco's Total Return ETF in the months leading up to this week's SEC warning, data shows.
Dan Ivascyn, who succeeded Bill Gross as Pimco's new chief investment officer, acknowledges that life at the firm is now "less glamorous."
Pimco: Housing bull
What's all the Yellen about?
Scott Mather, Pimco CIO, explains why the world's largest actively managed bond fund is cutting its bond holdings, and why he's "confident" the Fed will likely raise rates by September.
Andrew Balls, CIO of global fixed income for PIMCO, discusses the spikes in the European bond markets.
Seven years removed from a near-death experience during the financial crisis, Ken Griffin's Citadel is more powerful than ever.
Pimco's global equities CIO Virginie Maisonneuve is leaving after less than a year and a half as the company narrows its stock-investing focus.
China's economic growth looks set to miss the government's targets, but the mainland's markets still offer good value, Pimco said in a note.