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These folks run funds that are probably too small to be gamed and whose returns have been dependable.
The SEC and Spitzer say the mutual fund firm allowed hedge funds to make a slew of improper trades.
The fund firm vigorously defends its market-timing practices -- not a good sign for investors.
Investment companies that manage mutual fund and hedge fund money side by side can expect some significant new rules.
Its parent, Amvescap, also faces civil fraud charges from the SEC and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
Sources tie the global fund firm to the scandal-tainted hedge fund, while trading activity raises major red flags.
Richard Garland's emails were the most damning aspect of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's allegations.
We flag the funds that may be engaging in questionable trading of annuities at investors' expense.
The Polaris Global Value fund's manager explains why Japan looks strong and why tech looks pricey.
Alliance, Strong and Invesco are targeted in the fund scandal, and two high-level Alliance officials resign.