As the campaign advertising and mudslinging season drew to a conclusion last Tuesday, Fidelity Investments of Boston began its own media blitz designed to win the allegiance, and dollars, of investors.

Fidelity launched a major advertising campaign, spending nearly $100 million on television and print advertisements highlighting its personalized service and the performance of its funds, said Anne Crowley, a company spokesperson.

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