Boston-based Fidelity Investments is cutting jobs for the third time in less than a year.
The mutual fund giant has not detailed how many positions will be eliminated, but it says they will amount to a "very small percentage" of its worldwide workforce.
Workers are being let go from a division that handles pensions, and a unit that handles payrolls for Fidelity employers. Jobs in human resources are also being cut.
Fidelity has not said how many jobs eliminated or how many will come in Massachusetts.
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