Fidelity Investments dismissed two high-level executives — portfolio manager C. Robert Chow, who resigned, and tech fund manager Gavin Baker — in the past few weeks amid sexual harassment complaints, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post reported Sunday. The Los Angeles Times and The Times-Picayune also published reports of serial sexual harassment against a Hollywood writer/director, James Toback, and New Orleans celebrity restaurateur John Besh and his associates. The investigations of sexual misconduct in some cases predated the revelations of alleged sexual assault by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, but they were published after a Weinstein-prompted #MeToo campaign in which women shared their harassment stories over social media.

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