• 17 Oct 2014 at 2:58 PM

So This Is Still Happening

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Earlier: Fox Business Senior Boombox Correspondent Infiltrates Pimco Trading Floor

  • 15 Oct 2014 at 1:22 PM

Square Footage Watch ’14: Bill Gross

Gross is reportedly losing office space faster than assets but the good news is that if he’s ever feeling cramped, he can take a quick walk over to his old digs and stretch his shit out, assuming his old Pimco ID still works, which is admittedly a big if. Read more »

  • 14 Oct 2014 at 5:59 PM

Bill Gross’s Plot To Destroy PIMCO Is Working

Just ask the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System, one of literally dozens of public pension funds that can’t stomach their bonds being run by a Pimco-less Bill. Read more »

We’re talking individualized monthly outlook letters. We’re talking autographed, limited-edition photos of Bill and Bob doing things together around the house. Read more »

  • 06 Oct 2014 at 11:27 AM

Bill Gross Will Destroy PIMCO Single-Handedly

As in, he’s going to do it with one hand tied behind his back. Also with both eyes closed and only one trader. Then he’s going to re-grow his moustache and take his amazing show of bond-trading feats on the road to perform for the adoring crowds that are beyond doubt heading his way. Maybe he’ll even saw Mohamed El-Erian in half. That will show the naysayers. Read more »

  • 03 Oct 2014 at 12:07 PM

So That’s Something

[@cgasparino, earlier re: Bill Gross and conga lines]

  • 02 Oct 2014 at 5:29 PM

Pimco Sees Light At End Of Bill Gross-Shaped Tunnel

The firm, which manages $2 trillion in assets, said on Thursday that its Pimco Enhanced Short Maturity exchange-traded fund had taken in $71 million in new investor money since the firm’s co-founder, Bill Gross, resigned abruptly last week. The fund, traded under the ticker symbol “MINT,” is managed by Jerome Schneider and has $3.7 billion in assets under management, according to the firm. Pimco trumpeted the intake of new investor money into the fund a day after it reported that investors had pulled a record $23.5 billion from its flagship Pimco Total Return Fund in September, with much of that coming on the day Mr. Gross announced he had left Pimco to take a job as a portfolio manager with Janus Capital. [Dealbook]