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Bonnie Baha, DoubleLine’s Head of Developed Credit, Dies in Accident

Baha helped Jeffrey Gundlach turn DoubleLine Capital into a $100 billion asset management firm.

Morgan Stanley, Board Accused in Suit of 401(k) Self-Dealing

The lawsuit highlights a friction that exists at financial-services firms that put employees into their own product.

Goldman Says It's Too Late to Chase the Booming Real Estate Sector

At the end of this month, Real Estate will separate from Financials to become its own sector in the S&P 500.

Distressed Credit Draws Hedge Fund Clients, Morgan Stanley Says

Investors are being tempted by the 6.2% gains this year by hedge funds betting on distressed assets and restructuring.

How an Aging Population Will Completely Upend the Finance Industry

Few of the industry's other dynamics will remain untouched, according to Credit Suisse Group AG Vice Chairman Neal Soss.

The Unloved Bonds That Goldman, Prudential Say Will Soon Surge

"We think assets that are less exposed to economic growth are likely to perform relatively well," said Mike Swell, a global portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

High hopes for cannabis fund

American Growth Fund announces its first offering focused on the legalized marijuana business.

Treasuries Fall Behind Company Debt as Pimco Pursues Credit

Benchmark government yields are within about 22 basis points of a record low in the U.S.

Soros Cashes In as Barrick Posts Best-Ever First Half Rally

Billionaire George Soros isn't waiting around to see if this year's surge in gold-mining shares will last.

Morgan Stanley Targeted by ValueAct as Core, Active Stake

The hedge fund's investment to-date in the New York-based bank is valued at more than $1.25 billion.

Zombie ETFs No Problem for Exchanges Dying to Dominate Listings

Could there be a limit on how many ETFs the world needs?

Digital Advice is Lowering Costs

"The business model of the asset management industry is really archaic," says Scott MacKillop, founder of First Ascent Asset Management.

Why TIAA's Big Acquisition Should Make Bankers Nervous

By buying EverBank Financial, the insurance and retirement savings behemoth will gain billions of dollars in low-cost deposits and access to many new lending products that it can offer to millions of clients.

Wall Street Can't Agree on When to Halt the U.S. Stock Market

Since last year's rout, exchanges, issuers of exchange-traded products and other market players have met to discuss improvements.

Famed Investor Bill Miller Leaves Legg Mason After 35 Years

The stock picker, known for beating the S&P 500 Index for 15 straight years when he ran the Legg Mason Value Trust, will buy Legg Mason's stake in LMM, an investment adviser that he and the company jointly own.