After only two years as president of Fidelity Investments, Rodger Lawson may be looking for a new job soon, The Wall Street Journal reports.

According to The Journal, a long-time acquaintance of his said Lawson could be leaving Fidelity between now and the end of the year, but suggested that Lawson would wait untill Chairman and CEO Edward C. "Ned" Johnson III finds a suitable successor.

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