In the Margins

Morningstar founder to step down

September 7, 2016

By The Wall Street Journal

Joe Mansueto, who launched Morningstar from his Chicago apartment in 1984, is stepping down as chief executive. He will become executive chairman in January, and he will be succeeded by the firm's president, Kunal Kapoor, who joined Morningstar in 1997 as a data analyst. Read the original story from The Wall Street Journal.

 

 

Most Read

Top of the Agenda - Succession
Donohue joins two BNY Mellon Funds board groups

Andrew "Buddy" Donohue has joined two of the five BNY Mellon (formerly Dreyfus) mutual fund board groups led by long-serving independent Chairman Joseph DiMartino. Donohue resigned ...

Top of the Agenda - Compensation
Fund CCOs continue to see pay increases

Mutual fund chief compliance officers saw notable increases in pay again in 2018, though they did not receive as big a pay bump as they did ...

10 Things
10 Things...to read in summer 2019

Hello, Summer 2019! Today's solstice marks the beginning of the season, and that—hopefully—means a slower pace for a few months. Trips to the beach, time on ...