General Electric moves retirement plan to Fidelity


* Offsets recent retirement plan losses for Fidelity * GE spokeswoman cites added services BOSTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - General Electric Co said on Tuesday it recently hired Fidelity Investments to run a major retirement savings plan, a contract that offsets two recent losses in the same market for the mutual fund firm. GE spokeswoman Susan Bishop said that effective Dec. 1 the largest U.S. conglomerate hired Boston-based Fidelity to administer and do recordkeeping for the company's main ...

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