No changes planned for any of the funds.
While staying defensive, firm buys some tech and sells Boeing
Firm continues to lighten up on growth stocks, add to value names.
New skipper to broaden sector exposure, add more names.
Helen Young Hayes takes on new oversight role at Janus.
Enron, Boeing likely to have weighed on recent returns.
Will remain at Janus as chief executive, firm says.
The September 11 events made a bad quarter worse.
Value maven Decker stands by El Paso, Apple.
Boesel will run Capital Appreciation.
Manager Bales continues to tone down portfolio.
Fast growers still abound, but steady-Eddies creep up as Goff relaxes growth requirement.
Domestic funds will live on under separate entity.
Citigroup and Boeing are top positions, and several managers keep cash cushions.
Fund will be called Core Equity, pending approval.
Manager Karen Reidy gets a bit more defensive.
Utilities picks, as well as cash, help fund.
Fund gets big bounce from tech holdings.
Cisco, Fannie, and Freddie weigh on T. Rowe Price Growth Stock.
Fund's returns continue to improve under new strategy.
Fund's strategy remains the same.
Should you stay or should you go?
Management duo refashions fund.
Management buys a little tech.
Management hits the tech bargain bin.
Quirky CGM Mutual falls behind other hybrids.
It's a lackluster year so far for this fund.
Regional Bells, Microsoft goose Dreyfus Premier Tech.
Slew of busted converts helps in 2001.
Federated Kaufmann Fund keeps 20% on ice, trounces peers.
Microsoft's resurrection boosts funds.
Global Utility gets a boost from natural-gas stocks.
Company's resistance to labor monitors cited.
Smith Barney Total Return wins by not losing much so far in 2001.
AIM Global Utilities moves fund away from telecom, toward traditional utilities.
After a great 2000, Vanguard Utilities Income stumbles.
Lagging picks sink SEI Instl Equity-Income in a good year for large-value funds.
Early 2001 performance update.
Manager of T. Rowe Price Value hunts for bargains in tech and media.
Low-tech stance pays off for T. Rowe Price Equity-Income.
Oppenheimer Quest Value sits pretty as growth stocks tank.
Putnam Utilities Growth & Income's new skipper adds growth around the edges.
HighMark Small Cap Value's unconventional approach isn't paying off.
HighMark Value Momentum's untraditional strategy succeeds in 2001.
Revved-up Evergreen Utility & Telecom struggles in tough market.
Tech sales can't save SEI Instl Small Cap Growth.
Oppenheimer Quest Balanced Value continues to crush the competition.
Fund holds its own amid carnage in tech shares.
T. Rowe Diversified Small Growth's massive portfolio lumbers along.