Bob Reynolds is a man on the go. In the 1980s, he took over Fidelitys modest 401(k) business and built it into an industry heavyweight. By the turn of this century, he had ascended to chief operating officer at Fidelity. In 2006, while still at Fidelity, Reynolds reportedly finished second in the contest to become the next commissioner of the National Football League. When it became clear that the Fidelity CEO job would stay in the family--founder Ned Johnsons daughter, Abigail, later took the companys top role-- Reynolds looked for a new challenge and took on the responsibility in 2008 of turning around Putnam Investments, which had fallen on hard times in the early 2000s. In 2014, Reynolds also became CEO of Great-West Financial, which shares a common owner with Putnam. Great-West Financial owns a substantial insurance business and operates one of the nations largest recordkeeping operations, Empower Retirement.