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    March Mayhem Final Results

    The final round is over. Here are the results.Final Round 1 38%Bill Gross speaks out on Pimco exit vs. 2 62%Schorsch discloses serious accounting errors; CFO out

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    March Mayhem Results Round Four

    Round 4 is over. Please click here for Round 5 of March Mayhem!On the Move VS. News You Can Use 1 54%Bill Gross speaks out on Pimco exit vs. 2 46%Supreme Court suit to shake up retirement plan advisers Water Cooler VS. Breaking News 1 39%Morgan Stanley's Hunger Games-inspired video vs. 2

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    March Mayhem Round Five

    Vote on which story is bigger: Bill Gross discussing his Pimco departure, or Schorsch's American Realty Capital's accounting errors

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    March Mayhem: Round Four

    Which story do you think is the best? Place your votes all week and find out which story will reign supreme. Round 3 is over. Click here for the results. For Round 4, place your votes by 4 p.m. Thursday.

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    March Mayhem Results Round Three

    Round 3 is over. Please click here for Round 4 of March Mayhem!On the Move 1 68%Bill Gross speaks out on Pimco exit vs. 2 32%Merrill asks $2.5 billion team to leave News You Can Use 4 26%Publication of Robin Williams' trusts highlights privacy concerns vs. 2 74%Supreme Court suit to shake up

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    March Mayhem: Round Two

    Is your NCAA bracket busted? Maybe it's time to start a new one. Check out our tournament of InvestmentNews' top-performing stories of the past 12 months. Clicks aside, which story do you think is the best? Place your votes all week and find out which story will reign supreme. Round 1 is over. ...

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    March Mayhem: Round Three

    Which story do you think is the best? Place your votes all week and find out which story will reign supreme. Round 2 is over. Click here for the results. For Round 3, place your votes by 4 p.m. Wednesday.

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    March Mayhem Monday results Round Two

    Round 2 is over. Please click here for Round 3 of March Mayhem!On the Move 1 83%Bill Gross speaks out on Pimco exit vs. 4 17%Robert Moore jumps ship at LPL 3 23%Morgan Stanley managers depart vs. 2 77%Merrill asks $2.5 billion team to leave News You Can Use 1 48%Social Security cost-of-living

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    March Mayhem Monday results

    Round 1 is over. Please click here for Round 2 of March Mayhem!On the Move 1 82%Bill Gross speaks out on Pimco exit vs. 8 18%$800 M Morgan team breaks away 4 56%Robert Moore jumps ship at LPL vs. 5 44%LPL's Derek Bruton resigns suddenly 3 74%Morgan Stanley managers depart vs. 6 26%Valerie Brown out

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    March Mayhem: What to do when your bracket is busted

    Is your NCAA bracket busted? Maybe it's time to start a new one. Check out our tournament of InvestmentNews' top-performing stories of the past 12 months. Clicks aside, which story do you think is the best? Place your votes all week and find out which story will reign supreme. For the first round,

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    Edward Jones continues push into proprietary funds

    Brokerage giant is expanding its lineup of proprietary mutual funds for its 12,000 brokers and financial advisers a year and a half after the firm launched its first fund.

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    Former Edward Jones rep accused of stealing from a disabled client

    Plus the rest of Tuesday's Breakfast with Benjamin: Daniel Thibeault's missteps make the case for due diligence, U.S. economy magically defies gravity among global economies, and tax strategies that it isn't too late to employ

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    Indie reps happier at work than employee advisers: J.D. Power

    Independent advisers continue to be happier at work than their colleagues who are employees of broker-dealers but the gap in job satisfaction among the two groups is narrowing. See how your firm ranks

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    Edward Jones settles cold-calling case for $750,000

    The New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation accused the firm of unlawfully soliciting clients on do-not-call lists

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    Jones moves to capitalize on fee business

    With more than half of its revenue coming from fees, Edward Jones plans to start selling proprietary investment products in a sharp break from the past.