A lawsuit by the Securities and Exchange Commission alleges that more than 30 firms spent in excess of $3 million over the course of three years to lure the business of Boston mutual fund giant Fidelity Investments.

The SEC is suing 10 current and former Fidelity employees for violating the conflict of interest rules by accepting lavish gifts that could influence their business methods.

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