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Fidelity Investments’ stock-picking division held an emergency meeting last Monday to address inappropriate workplace conduct, including sexual harassment, amid a “yearslong problem,” the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday morning.

The news organization reported that Robert Chow, described as a “longtime employee,” resigned earlier in October after “allegations that he made inappropriate sexual comments to colleagues, according to people familiar with the matter,” WSJ said.

The company,…