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Richard Strong leaves Strong Mutual Funds, while Lawrence Lasser is shown the door at Putnam.
The fund family is likely seeing the first trickle of a steady stream of outflows.
The Arizona trust bank continues to be a target of Eliot Spitzer's probe.
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.
Here are ways to shield the imperfect 'net asset value' system from attack.
Spitzer's office is weighing a case against Security Trust of Arizona.
Facing regulatory heat, the company unveils that six managers engaged in market-timing -- three years after detecting it.
The unnamed employees were involved in mutual fund market timing.
The fund industry is divided on whether directors could've flagged questionable trading practices.
It's the latest development in the probe of hedge fund trading in mutual fund shares.
Mark Beeson resigns amid Eliot Spitzer's probe of dealings with hedge funds.
In today's 10 Questions, fund-shareholder advocate Mercer Bullard weighs in on the industry's outlook.
Sometimes, it's the best way out of a bad trade. Plus, Genentech, SAP, Bank One and more.
Here's a guide to what went wrong and what investors can expect in the future.
The New York attorney general's hedge fund investigation is focusing on late-day trading.
A fund company with squeaky-clean books and a medical-equipment maker are the newest members of the club.
The mutual fund world's chieftains go on the offensive against trading abuses.
They're said to have been involved in Millennium's late trading of mutual fund shares.
Steve Markovitz worked for a fund founded by 1980s buyout impresario Israel Englander.
The pension-fund giant suspends two after an internal probe finds conflicts of interest.
The SEC study suggests forcing hedge fund managers to register as investment advisers.
Here are several strategies that you can use to include ETFs in your portfolio.
Theodore Sihpol, recently fired, was alleged to have helped hedge funds make sure-thing bets.
Robert Gordon leaves the bank following an investigation by Eliot Spitzer.
The research firm says investors should consider selling funds of Bank One, Bank of America, Janus and Strong.
A source says Theodore Sihpol, the broker who allegedly played a role in the scandal, is no longer with the company.
The company says it will reimburse mutual fund investors who lost money through shady trading.
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