Executives John D. Carifa and Michael J. Laughlin are asked to resign.
The fund company's beaten-down shares may be among the market's most undervalued stocks.
The fund family is likely seeing the first trickle of a steady stream of outflows.
Redemption figures may point to potential trading problems at some firms that haven't been named by regulators.
The beleaguered fund family also named former SEC chief David Ruder to spearhead changes.
The firm's founder, worth $800 million, allegedly made illicit trades that netted about $600,000.
Rising star Greg Jackson is headed for Blum Capital Partners.
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Some statistical data may suggest more questionable trading at a few funds.
Facing regulatory heat, the company unveils that six managers engaged in market-timing -- three years after detecting it.