Partner of slain Chicago police officer Ella French released from rehab facility 2 months after shooting
The partner of slain Chicago police officer Ella French was released Thursday from a rehab facility where he's been getting treated for his injuries. The release of Officer Carlos Yanez Jr. comes more than two months after he was wounded and French was fatally shot during a traffic stop. CBSN Chicago has more.news.yahoo.com
Farm Rescue shifts to help farmers sickened by coronavirus
In this photo provided by Farm Rescue, volunteers plant crops on Paul Ivesdal's farm June 3, 2020 in Edmore, N.D. Thanks to Farm Rescue, Ivesdal got his crop in even as he was rushed to a hospital and spend eight days on a ventilator. But in 2005, he launched Farm Rescue, inspired by the 1980s farm crisis that forced his parents to sell land and most of their cattle. “They're prideful, hard-working people and typically don't want to ask for help,” Gross said. Viewers can watch the event for free, but all donations will go to Farm Rescue.
One-time bond king Bill Gross is back, and now he's picking stocks
Pimco founder and bond industry legend Bill Gross is done with his previous life running huge investment firms and making market headlines. Instead, the one-time "bond king" is putting money to work for his own sake rather than running what was once the world's largest fixed income fund. Commenting on what he's been up to since retiring in February from Janus Capital, where he managed its underperforming unconstrained fund, Gross said, "I've been at the beach or the golf course." "If I had to do it again, I wouldn't have left Pimco," Gross said during the interview, which aired live on "Power Lunch." Gross founded Pimco in 1971 and managed its total return fund, which once boasted more than $270 billion in assets.cnbc.com