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BlackRock's Larry Fink gets $23.9 million payday for 2014
Package includes $900,000 base salary, $9.1 million cash bonus, $13.6 million stock compensation.
The riddle and the dilemma of global bonds
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bond bulls continue to shrug off logic, claiming it's different this time, even despite negative yields.
The 3 surprises billionaire investor Stan Druckenmiller is expecting
Former hedge fund manager, with one of the best long-term track records, thinks a rate hike is still a long way off.
BlackRock's Larry Fink to top CEOs: Ignore investors and focus on the long term
Money manager tells 500 chief execs to adopt shareholder-friendly practices, sustainable returns.
Hillary Clinton goes after Wall Street
Breakfast with Benjamin: Hillary Clinton goes after the financial industry, taking issue with CEO compensation.
Ken Fisher plans to step down as CEO of firm
Billionaire behind Fisher Investments has discussed his intentions for years, but succession plan isn't clear.
Hedge fund bulls go big on oil
Breakfast with Benjamin: Hedge fund bulls go big on oil. What do they know, or think they know?
Why 'smart beta' strategies deserve all the attention and assets they're attracting
Strategies represent a cost-effective way to harnes quantitative insights and quickl, easily implement them in portfolios
Dividend stocks might be a better than annuities for income investors
Breakfast with Benjamin: Could dividend stocks actually be a better deal than an annuity for income investors?
Star fund managers fading as active management loses luster
The likes of famous mutual fund managers like Peter Lynch and Bill Miller may not be seen again as active management loses luster for investors. But Jeffrey Gundlach and Bill Gross can still grab headlines.
O'Hanley has work cut out for him at State Street Global Advisors
Active vs. passive question lingers but long time money management exec sees opportunities for both approaches.
How to turbocharge target-date funds
Breakfast with Benjamin Focusing on small-cap stocks could be a recipe for boosting a target-date fund.
Latest sign of oil market glut pushes prices even lower
Breakfast with Benjamin: Prices fall by 5% after the discovery of the biggest weekly buildup of U.S. inventories since 2001.
Bill Gross' contrarian bet against the dollar helps him regain footing
Bill Gross' bet that the dollar's rally won't continue helps his fund post 2.4% returns in the past month.
Investors jump into European stocks hoping for another QE ride
The launch of the Eurozone's quantitative easing program has not been lost on investors who are now pouring money into the European equity markets, as measured by record inflows in March. TrimTabs Investment Research calculated a record $7.8 billion worth of inflows into European-focused equity