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The Boston Globe
March 6, 2018
Also making the cut are leaders of major Boston businesses: New Balance CEO Jim Davis ($5.3 billion, No. 365) and Fidelity Investments CEO Abigail Johnson ($15.9 billion, No. 83), whose net worth exceeds that of her father, former Fidelity CEO Edward C. Johnson III ($7.9 billion, No. 196). Advertisement.
February 27, 2018
The fortune of her father, former CEO Edward C. Johnson III, climbed to $7 billion from $5.4 billion. Two of Abigail's siblings, Edward Johnson IV and Elizabeth Johnson, are now worth $3.4 billion each. Collectively, the Johnsons own 49 percent of the Boston-based company, which was founded in 1946 byÃâÃÂ ...
India New England
January 13, 2018
The five richest people in Massachusetts are: #1: Casino mogul Sheldon G. Adelson at $35.4 billion; #2: Fidelity Investments CEO Abigail P. Johnson: $16 billion; #3: Fidelity Investments Chairman Edward C. Johnson III: $8 billion; #4: Lone Star founder John P. Grayken: $6.5 billion; and #5: Robert Kraft,ÃâÃÂ ...
January 11, 2018
BOSTON — The business research website AffluenceIQ has released a list of the 50 wealthiest people in Massachusetts, including billionaires from former Reebook CEO Paul B. Fireman to casino magnate Sheldon G. Addison. AffluenceIQ publisher Mike Stern said this year, it's the new names on the listÃâÃÂ ...
March 20, 2017
In terms of Boston companies, Fidelity Investments CEO Abigail Johnson placed 75th with a net worth of $14.4 billion, outranking her father, former longtime Fidelity CEO Edward C. Johnson III ($7.8 billion, 173rd). Jim Davis, the CEO of the Boston-based New Balance, finished in a tie for 315th place with aÃâÃÂ ...
New York Times
October 14, 2014
Ms. Johnson, 52, the president of Fidelity's parent company, FMR, is succeeding her father, Edward C. Johnson III, according to a memorandum sent to Fidelity shareholders on Monday. Her appointment takes effect immediately. Mr. Johnson, 84, the son of the company's founder, will remain chairman.
October 6, 2014
And this is especially true now, as Edward C. Johnson III, the octogenerian CEO and chairman of Fidelity Investments, gradually hands over the reins to his presumtive successor, his daughter Abagail, and potentially finds himself with more time to pursue his interest in philanthropy. Here are a couple ofÃâÃÂ ...
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