Fidelity Investments said Friday it plans to move the company’s Boston headquarters to 245 Summer St., eventually vacating the corporate offices at 82 Devonshire St. where chairman Edward “Ned” C. Johnson 3d has worked since the 1970s. The old building houses 600 employees, who will eventually be moved to other locations of the mutual fund and brokerage giant. Fidelity already has 2,900 employees at 245 Summer St., which is next to South Station, including president Abigail P. Johnson, and Ronald O’Hanley, head of asset management and corporate services.
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