Fidelity’s O’Hanley defends firm’s jobs record at state hearing

FIDELITY INVESTMENTS' Ronald O'Hanley defended the firm's record of preserving jobs in Massachusetts after legislators questioned him for accepting taxpayer-funded incentives while moving staff out of the staff. /
FIDELITY INVESTMENTS' Ronald O'Hanley defended the firm's record of preserving jobs in Massachusetts after legislators questioned him for accepting taxpayer-funded incentives while moving staff out of the staff. /
BOSTON - Fidelity Investments’ Ronald O’Hanley defended the firm’s record of preserving jobs in Massachusetts after legislators questioned him for accepting taxpayer-funded incentives while moving staff out of state. Mark Montigny, state Senate chairman of the Post Audit and Oversight Committee, called Tuesday’s hearing to discuss potential penalties after Boston-based Fidelity, the second-largest U.S. mutual-fund…

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