A Massachusetts institution is gradually leaving the state - and taking thousands of jobs with it - and our pathetic, weak, whimpering governor is completely powerless to do anything about it. He did nothing but make a complete fool of himself with this meeting. I hope the next time he goes overseas, he decides to stay there. We'll all be much better off. Patrick meets with Fidelity's Abigail Johnson over decision to move jobs Gov. Deval Patrick met for 45 minutes today with Abigail Johnson, the billionaire president of one of Fidelity's divisions and the daughter of its chairman, to discuss the company's recent decision to move nearly 1,100 jobs out of Massachusetts. Patrick said he considers Fidelity to be "a Massachusetts icon" and therefore feels some "wounded pride" over the company's decision to move multiple jobs to New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Fidelity's decision to move the jobs out of state had rankled Patrick and other state officials. The governor said the company had not informed him of its decision early enough to allow him to argue that the jobs should remain in state. He had then sought the meeting with Fidelity.