Held by more than 1,100 funds, the networker records an earnings miss.
Nygren posts another great return, picks up shares in Ma Bell.
A closer look reveals that this fund is still alive and kicking.
But the fund has a long way to go.
Magellan's skipper isn't buying on the dips, as he often has in the past.
Caution pays off for the fund in 2000.
Volatility, big distribution mark a rotten 2000.
Is this a dead-cat bounce, or does manager Ryan Jacob have nine lives?
After causing a rotten 2000, tech gives the fund a lift in 2001.
For this fund, an 8.9% loss wasn't too shabby.
Ill-timed shift from value to growth hurts the fund.
An average loss in a down market is nothing to brag about.
A slight underweight in technology pays dividends in 2000.
Some of this fund's investors got a lesson in the importance of diversification.
Given the fund's strategy, its return was no big suprise.
It's probably no consolation, but things might have been worse.
Nothing spectacular happened here in 2000, nor did anything awful.
High-profile manager departures posed serious challenges for the firm.
Departure of former manager Brad Lewis hasn't hurt returns.
Strong stock selection powers a relatively good 2000 return.
Insurance, asset managers lead the pack higher.
A turnaround at Windsor II, new funds make 2000 a year to remember.
As former highfliers crash to earth, this fund gets nipped.
Manager Gus Sauter is again on pace to beat his benchmark index.
Solid stock-picking, bonds give the fund an edge against its rivals.
Biotech and financials give the fund a lift in 2000.
Net outflows spark decision to reopen funds, according to the firm.
Fidelity Asset Manager: Aggressive's first full year is a good one.
Surprisingly, Oakmark Small Cap hasn't fully benefited from the value rally.
The fund's stash of bonds and cash has steadied its performance.
Magellan's skipper detects signs of a tech-spending lull.
Expect this fund to buy a little bit of everything.
Nokia, Comcast, and Sprint PCS are among the culprits.
The revered value manager may be getting the last laugh.
Firm's revenue warning hits Fidelity, American Century Ultra.
When your fund manager bolts, should you leave, too?
A look at a few of our favorite "financial" funds.
The funds will launch this month with relatively inexperienced skippers.
Amid a rotten year for Fidelity Fifty, the firm launches a clone to be sold through advisors.
Some firms can do growth and value.
The fund family went from unwanted to crown jewel in less than two years.
There's something for growth and value investors.
Clyde McGregor replaces Steve Reid as comanager.
On this issue, the SEC's heart is in the right place, but its head may not be.
Marty Whitman blasts hedge-fund manager for his short-term focus.
Don't expect exchange-traded funds with active management to catch on any time soon.
Where fund marketers see opportunity, investors will find trouble.
By shunning expensive sectors, some value managers have only made their funds riskier.