Fidelity Investments' recent management reshuffle may be a sign of merger deals to come at the Boston-based fund company, says Charles Jaffe in an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Jaffe says that the transfer of Abigail Johnson, the daughter of Fidelity chairman Ned Johnson III, from the company's money management business to its retirement services business "puts her in charge of some of Fidelity's most important business relationships, the ones that will be crucial in what happens next."

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