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Tesla's charging troubles, Bill Gross gets a partner and Twitter's CEO shuffle

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Yesterday's weak market bounce has given way to an all-out rally today with all three indices (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) solidly in the green.

Here are some of the other stories Yahoo Finance is keeping an eye on today.

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Bill Gross was once the undisputed Bond King of Wall Street. Since moving from PIMCO to Janus (JNS) last September however, the fund he has led has disappointed with respect to both inflows and performance. Now the Denver-based Janus is buying a majority interest in Kapstream Capital and with it they are giving Gross a new partner - Kumar Palghat - a Kapstream founder and former PIMCO employee

Today marks Twitter (TWTR) CEO Dick Costolo's last day on the job, and he had some harsh words for Wall Street. In an interview with the Guardian, Costolo said that going public accelerated short-term thinking, making it difficult to focus on the long term vision.

Tesla (TSLA) owners are becoming frustrated with long lines at charging stations. While the electric car maker has spent millions of dollars creating a global network of places to fill up on juice with a free charge, the supply hasn't been able to keep up with demand, according to the Wall Street Journal.

America's favorite fast food chain is...not McDonalds (MCD). Chicken restaurant Chick-fil-A earned the highest ranking in the American Customer Satisfaction Index for full-service restaurants. Chipotle (CMG) and Panera followed close behind, while McDonald's came in dead last.