Market overreacts to Craig's departure from Janus Capital.
Despite asset outflows, firm's long-term strategy looks sound.
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Fund company's parent, Stilwell Financial, begins trading on Monday.
It seems every company wants an asset manager of its own.
Fund family carries spin-off-to-be Stilwell Financial.
Giant fund company reports a solid quarter.
Value-oriented shop suffers in a growth-driven market.
London-based Amvescap's earnings rise on strong fund sales.
But bank's inefficient cost structure needs streamlining.
Dreyfus, Founders plus share buyback make for strong quarter.
Share-repurchase program boosts earnings above estimate.
Richly priced bank reports exceptionally strong quarter.
Long-despised REITs held their own in the sell-off.
Gabelli's earnings forecast may not be as good as it seems.
Federal agency targets selective disclosure.
The market's rising tide does not lift all fund-family boats.
Amvescap reports a strong 1999, thanks to strengths in its fund business.
The parent of Pilgrim Baxter gives shareholders good news and bad.
Stein Roe's parent posts less-than-stellar results.
Earnings per share for Franklin's fiscal first quarter come in above analyst estimates, but there are signs of future weakness.
The company enjoys a great fourth quarter, but don't bet on a repeat.
After suffering asset outflows in 1999, the firm thinks big for 2000.
Gabelli Asset Management expects to beat fourth-quarter consensus earnings estimates.