Who Leaked Fidelity's Trading Secrets?

The answer may help explain Daniel Frank's departure

A mystery has the mutual-fund world buzzing: Why did Daniel R. Frank suddenly leave Fidelity Investments? On Mar. 12, the veteran fund manager "resigned to pursue other opportunities," according to a company statement. The move was surprising because Frank was known as a loyal workhorse with an excellent track record running the $600 million Advisor Strategic Opportunities Fund, which he had headed since 1984.

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