Executives said on Wednesday that Fidelity Investments asset management head Ron O'Hanley will leave the company at the end of February, after running a key unit of the family-controlled business ... more 
Executives said on Wednesday that Fidelity Investments asset management head Ron O'Hanley will leave the company at the end of February, after running a key unit of the family-controlled business since 2010. Boston-based Fidelity expects to replace O'Hanley with someone from within the company in the coming weeks, according to a letter sent to the firm's associates by Abigail Johnson, president of Fidelity Financial Services. less 
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