Articles tagged "Ned Johnson"
Ned Johnson, who built Fidelity Investments into a family financial services empire and inspired countless others in the industry with his energy and integrity, has died at 91
Edward 'Ned' Johnson III put aside his Brahmin pedigree in favor of a low-key, personable style but he also had a keen 'contrarian' instinct to step up aggression in downturns, which helps explain Fidelity's recent dazzling hiring spree
March 26, 2022 at 2:05 AM
Abigail Johnson to succeed her father as head of the board -- but will her leadership style resonate in a company seeking a new true north?
CEO since 2014, 'Abby' now heads a 401(k) king amid DOL hell and a mutual fund leader as ETFs take over at a giant company at a time when small and agile wins the race
November 22, 2016 at 7:17 AM
How Abby Johnson won the hearts of mega-RIA clients in advance of taking the CEO spot at Fidelity Investments
It wasn't what Ned Johnson's daughter said; she mostly let her ears do the talking
October 20, 2014 at 5:52 PM
In wake of high frequency trading hoopla, Fidelity Investments is designing 'Sakura' to secure better trades for its 'shareholders'
Chairman Ned Johnson is personally pushing the bold move
April 10, 2014 at 6:51 PM
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
May 23, 2013 at 2:12 AM
Fidelity holds exclusive annual conference and gets an unforeseen jolt of energy from Bin Laden's death
Advisors were happy to have Bill Clinton, Fareed Zakaria and other experts on hand for perspective
May 11, 2011 at 2:49 PM
What happened at Fidelity's RIA conference this year
The presence of Ned Johnson and George W. Bush lent gravitas to the annual event