Although some Vanguard funds underperformed their peers during the market rally, the firm had more portfolios in the top quartile of their categories than in the bottom quartile.
Dreman announces it will liquidate five of its six open-end funds, and Mark Venezia set to retire from Eaton Vance.
Oakmark reopens fund, Sentinel managers head to competitor, Lord Abbett makes manager changes and more.
IShares pursues a new ETF strategy and branding initiative with a core series of funds for buy-and-hold investors, BBH Core Select nears capacity, and Vanguard rolls out a new TIPS product.
Vanguard and Neuberger launch funds in hot categories while California's 529 plan gets a new manager.
Standing firm against falling returns and assets, Richard Pzena stockpiles beaten-up financials. His is a conviction few share.
Harbor Funds charge a fair price for solid strategies.
Family plans an actively managed alternative to Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index.
Most of these world-stock funds have gotten off to good starts.