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A surprise retirement changes succession picture at Fidelity

By Steven Syre
Globe Staff / April 20, 2007

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An executive seen as a possible successor to Edward C. ‘‘Ned’’ Johnson III, the legendary 76-year-old chairman of Fidelity Investments, retired suddenly yesterday, complicating leadership plans at Boston’s most important financial company. (Full article: 1102 words)

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