Strains at the global investment firm persist more than six months after the abrupt resignation of Mohamed El-Erian, the Wall Street Journal reports.
A group of Pimco senior executives have become became so concerned about Chief Investment Officer Bill Gross's dealings with the media that they warned him to stop making public comments, people familiar with the matter told the WSJ.
Gross, the face of a firm that manages $1.97 trillion and its star investor, has threatened to quit more than once since El-Erian's March departure, including after that warning, the sources said.
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