Fidelity Didn't Give Mass. A Chance To Keep Jobs

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Heads in Massachusetts are still spinning a day after one of the Commonwealth's largest employers announced it's moving more than a thousand jobs out of state.

Fidelity Investments says it will empty out its Marlborough campus, re-assigning most of the jobs to the its offices in New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

Nancy Stevens, the three-term mayor of Marlborough, says she had no warning and Fidelity didn't try to angle the state for a better deal in exchange for staying put.


  • Nancy Stevens, mayor, Marlborough
  • Curt Nickisch, WBUR business and technology reporter

This segment aired on March 16, 2011.


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