In the 61 years that Fidelity has been in business, only two Johnsons have been in control: current Chairman Edward “Ned” Johnson III and his father, who founded the firm. The younger Johnson’s reign doesn’t appear to be poised to end anytime soon, even though the leader is now 77, the Associated Press reports.

“He hasn’t missed a beat, and a lot of people have crumbled while he’s still going 100 miles per hour,” said Eric Kobren, editor of Fidelity Investor. Johnson, he says, “isn’t going anywhere soon.”

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