After much negative news, the dust seems to have settled at the growth equity shop.
Marsico maneuvers with lenders, Calamos closes two funds, and more.
Templeton makes leadership changes, long-short fund finds new partner, and more.
A raft of manager changes at Fidelity, a comanager exits Invesco China, and Kansas' 529 plans drop their fees and offer some new, low-priced options.
Former Wasatch managers give it a go on their own and more . . .
Also, Vanguard rolls out an emerging-markets bond fund, major portfolio manager departures at T. Rowe Price and FPA, Neuberger Berman to launch a China fund, and Invesco to rework its quant funds.
With macro conditions improving so far in 2013, Marsico Capital CEO Tom Marsico is more optimistic on economically sensitive ideas presently he was at the beginning of the year.
Plus, Vanguard launches a new actively managed fund.
Plus, railroads boost Marsico funds, and more.
We're on the lookout for stealth asset growth.