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Ted Madden: We saw this great opportunity to integrate this business and really capture the full power of Fidelity and focus on growing the business with advisors.

Fidelity Investments recognizes power of RIAs in 401(k) market and has increased efforts to work with advisors
With plan sponsors demanding advice, the Boston-based king of DC retirement plans decides to go with the fiduciary flow -- and some experts see it as a blink while others call it a Fidelity bonanza

Wednesday 6.5.13
Mike Durbin (with Sanjiv Mirchandani) says that Abby Johnson signaled her intention to meld the efforts of Fidelity's various business units.

Abby Johnson wins RIA respect by articulating her bold vision for Fidelity's future at the company's Executive Forum
Hillary Clinton gave a great speech in Naples but the chairman's daughter gave a glimpse of her determination to attack channel insularity -- and what kind of a successor she might be

Thursday 5.23.13
Jeff Carney has been test-driving jobs and settled on the Canadian model.

Jeff Carney lands in Ontario where he'll lead a fund giant with 4,500 associated financial advisors
Schwab's short-tenured ex-branch chief and former Fido star returns to near his college stomping grounds in taking role at Mackenzie Investments

Saturday 5.4.13
John Simmers: No one has had these conversations with these people before.

How a clique of industry vets plan to revive the swooning IBD space -- and why industry watchers don't like their chances
Using a newly purchased hybrid IBD-RIA as guinea pig, Innovative Equity Partners aims to make small IBDs a collective force to be reckoned with -- without sacrificing their individual identities

Wednesday 8.22.12
Wayne Bloom knows first-hand that his advisors are being courted by other firms.  “I even had an RIA try to recruit me."

Commonwealth raises payouts for big advisors and slashes trading commissions
The IBD is competing with LPL, holding ground against RIAs and flexing its muscles, analysts say

Monday 3.14.11
Charles Goldman: Because this industry is filled with so many wonderful people, I truly believe that the best is yet to come.

Postscript to the story of Charles Goldman parting ways with Fidelity Investments
Many people are still coming to grips with the quick split of the attractive couple

Thursday 2.11.10

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