NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Boston-based investment advisor Wellington Management Company owns an 11.53 percent stake in Celera, according to a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing today.
 
According to the 13G/A filing, Wellington, in its capacity as an investment advisor, owns 9,094,951 shares on behalf of clients of the firm. It noted in the filing that “no such client is known to have such right of power with respect to more than five percent” of Celera’s common stock.
 

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