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Hidden Johnson Billionaires Found in Fidelity Fund Empire

The intersection of Devonshire and Water streets in Boston’s financial district is the hub of one of the biggest fortunes in the U.S.

Each weekday morning, buses from BostonCoach Corp., a transportation company operating in 40 countries, shuttle commuters around the city, a trip that includes a stop at the Boston Seaport, a 180,000 square-foot waterfront hotel and exhibition complex. Once off the bus, many of the passengers hustle toward 82 Devonshire, the headquarters of Fidelity Investments, the second-largest U.S. mutual fund company.