Fund giant Fidelity Investments is having a hard time generating sales for its mutual funds this year due to the losses of its once-mighty flagship fund, the Fidelity Magellan Fund, according to Boston Globe columnist Steven Syre.

Syre wrote that the only way to quell the losses is to fix the Magellan problem now by, among other things, replacing longtime fund manager Bob Stansky.

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