Fidelity Investments 2012 profit tumbled 29 pct.
BOSTON Feb 15 (Reuters) - Fidelity Investments on Friday said operating income in its financial services business dropped 29 percent in 2012.
The Boston-based mutual fund powerhouse, which is privately held and controlled by the family of Chairman Edward C. Johnson III, said its financial services revenue fell 1 percent last year to $12.63 billion.
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