By Alexis Leondis and Charles Stein, Bloomberg |
January 22, 2014
Mohamed El-Erian, widely viewed as the successor to Pacific Investment Management Co.’s Bill Gross, resigned after six years as the firm struggles to stem record redemptions from the world’s largest bond fund.
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