Bill Gross' HP Monitor

Bill Gross' HP Monitor

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This HP monitor was part of Bill Gross’s Bloomberg workstation at Pacific Investment Management (PIMCO). Gross served as one of the founders of PIMCO when it was incorporated in 1971, and went on to manage some of the largest hedge funds in the United States as PIMCO grew to manage over 1 trillion dollars in assets by 2014. He is most famous for predicting the housing bubble of 2008. He got out of mortgage backed securities and wisely invested in government bonds.
Financial managers process massive amounts of information to make their financial decisions. They often consult many electronic sources including proprietary systems like Bloomberg terminals. The monitor was accessioned along with Gross’s Bloomberg keyboard seen in object 2014.0012.02 and two BeanieBaby’s seen in 2014.0012.08 &.09.
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Object Name
Hewlett-Packard Company
Physical Description
plaster (overall material)
black (overall color)
overall: 16 1/4 in x 14 1/2 in x 8 1/2 in; 41.275 cm x 36.83 cm x 21.59 cm
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Credit Line
Gift of PIMCO Investments LLC through William H. Gross
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