(Bloomberg) -- After star money manager Bill Gross left in 2014, Pimco seemed destined to fade from prominence and become just one of the many firms that dot the U.S. bond-industry landscape. But then Dan Ivascyn, the man tapped to replace Gross, got hot.

Real hot.

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