Five years ago, the going was good for several Boston mutual fund companies. Now, in the aftermath of scandals and the bear market, those same companies are losing out to once-obscure names, according to the Boston Globe.

The losers in Boston suffered much more than the winners gained. So much so that Boston is no longer considered the hot spot for mutual fund business. That title has now been taken over by California.

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