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This week, the “Masters in Business” podcast features Part 2 of an interview with Bill Gross, formerly of Pimco, now with Janus Capital; Part 1 is here.
Gross sat down with me in the Bloomberg studios in New York for an extensive two-hour interview. In part II, we discuss the Allianz takeover of Pimco, why he is a tough boss to wrk for. He said he was fired by Pimco, and was blindsided by the coup.
We also talk QE and the Fed, what they did right and wrong, and what he wants to do at Janus. He also said quite a few surprising things about the Federal Reserve.
This week, the “Masters in Business” podcast features Part 1 of an interview with famous bond investor Bill Gross, formerly of Pimco, now with Janus Capital.
Gross sat down with me in the Bloomberg studios in New York for an extensive two-hour interview. It was the first time I’ve met Gross, and I found him to be intelligent and forthright, answering all of my questions directly and unambiguously.
We discussed the early days at Pacific Life, the founding of Pimco and his early influences and mentors. He talked about the role of Black Jack in influencing his investing and risk-taking philosophy.
I was especially intrigued by his descriptions of what it was like to manage assets in the 1970s and ’80s. He said that during the 1987 crash, he sat transfixed, “staring at the screen like a deer in the headlights.” He vowed to make sure that during future crises that wouldn’t happen again.
He also said quite a few surprising things — about the Federal Reserve and quantitative easing, about what investors can learn from gamblers and about his creation of Portable Alpha.
Next week, “Masters in Business” will feature Part 2 of the interview.
I never intended to become the conduit between employees at Pacific Investment Management Company and the public at large. Yet lately, that seems to be the role I have been playing with the bond giant, especially in commentary and criticism of co-founder Bill Gross — whether it is “Friends of Bill” informing me about his unpublished farewell letter…Read More
This week I will be sitting down with one William H. Gross, formerly of Pimco, now at Janus, for the next episode in our Masters in Business series on Bloomberg Radio. I would imagine you might have some questions for him. Well, now you get to ask — You can post a comment here, or…Read More
This week, our “Masters in Business” podcast returns for the 2015 season. We kick off the year with a special youth edition of MiB. This week, I speak with Patrick O’Shaughnessy, principal at O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, and author of Millennial Money: How Young Investors Can Build a Fortune. O’Shaughnessy discusses that despite the difficulties of the…Read More
Thank you for all of the emails and tweets asking about Bloomberg’s Masters in Business radio / podcast. We are back this year with a new series of interviews. We have some truly amazing people queued up for this the show. It looks to be a rather spectacular line up: Bill Gross of Janus, Howard…Read More
In this week’s “Masters in Business” podcast, I speak with William Grueskin, former managing editor of the Wall Street Journal Online, and former academic dean of the Columbia School of Journalism. (Since our interview, Grueskin has joined Bloomberg as executive editor for training.) In our conversation, we discuss the challenges of competing against “free.” Grueskin witnessed the…Read More
In the latest “Masters in Business” podcast, I speak with William Grueskin, formerly Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal online, and Academic Dean of Columbia School of Journalism. From his unique vantage point, Grueskin discusses how the business of journalism has changed since the advent of internet and new digital technologies. In our conversation, we discuss…Read More