- Business school profs are taking it to the financial advice industry with a new paper charging economy-wide misconduct. “It's everywhere, not just small firms. It's pervasive.”
- Bill Gross is fighting to keep his case against Pimco from being tossed out of court. The last laugh comes down to the investment performance of the Janus fund compared to the Pimco version.
- What investors tend to get wrong about growth stocks. The opposite of growth is not value.
- As the dust settles on Super Tuesday, here's a look at where the various presidential hopefuls stand on financial matters. Hillary would protect Dodd-Frank. And, did you know that your credit score says a lot about which candidate you're likely to vote for?
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