The trading desk at Fidelity Investments witnessed yet another departure this week when David K. Donovan Jr., who headed the group that trades technology stocks, left the company on Tuesday, according to the Boston Globe.

Donovan is the fifth trader to depart Fidelity since federal regulators began investigating last year whether traders at the Boston-based fund giant steered business towards those clients who offered them gifts and entertainment.

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