John Gittelsohn

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Gundlach's $150 Billion Decade May Be His Industry's Last Hurrah

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DoubleLine Capital, which turns 10 this month, sits atop roughly $150 billion.

Wealth Advisor M&A Soars As Goldman, Private Equity Eye Fees

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Investment advisor deals are surging as Wall Street eyes fees in a business with pricing power.

'Peak' Private-Equity Fears Are Spreading Across Pension World

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Historically high valuations for leveraged buyouts has some saying the industry has hit its peak.

In A $0 Fee World, Charles Schwab Muscles Its Way To The Top

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Schwab used its zero-fees announcement to roll over its competitors, leading to a major acquisition.

Jeffrey Gundlach Says 'Mayor Pete Killed It' At Democratic Debate

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Gundlach joins other billionaire investors in his admiration for Buttigieg's campaign tactics.

Schwab Boosts New Trading Accounts 31% After Fees Go To Zero

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Schwab escalated the brokerage industry’s price war on Oct. 1 when it virtually eliminated commissions.

'I Hated Commissions,' Says Charles Schwab After Ending Them

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The founder of the giant discount brokerage company said he's glad to be out of the commission business.

Fisher Faces A Backlash After Vulgar Comments At Conference

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Ken Fisher continues to endure fallout from his comments at the Tiburon CEO Summit on Tuesday.

With $0 Fees, Schwab Risks Blowing Up Brokerage Model It Built

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The gambit is just the latest in an intensifying, industry-wide war over fees.

TD Cuts Commissions To Zero As Schwab Triggers Online-Broker Bloodbath

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Investors have responded by clobbering the stocks of discount brokerage firms.

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