- Stealing from more than two dozen elderly clients gets a Bellingham, Wash.-based financial adviser a 51-month prison sentence. Being barred from working with clients in 2005 didn't stop Jeffrey Knutsen from ripping off his clients
- Don't miss our 4 pm webcast today! What a lineup: Mohamed El-Erian, Bob Doll, Quincy Krosby. Plus, Greg Crawford and I will be moderating, so nobody gets let off easy. Everything you need to know about what's ahead in 2015
- Bill Gross is betting the sluggish pace of economic growth will put any interest-rate hike off until at least late in the year. 'Interest rates in almost all developed countries will remain near the zero bound, as well'
- Oil at $20 a barrel? Don't rule it out. Bets on sub-$30 crude oil in June are now 1.7 times greater than physical inventory
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