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Jeffrey N. Vinik. Mr. Vinik serves as Chairman, Chief Investment Officer and Chief Executive Officer of the Vinik Asset Management (the “Management Company”). He founded a predecessor to the Management Company (“VAM”) in 1996 and was its senior managing member. He wound down VAM in 2013 to focus on his ownership of the Tampa Bay Lighting and the development of Strategic Property Partners and investing money through his family office. Prior to VAM, Mr. Vinik managed the world’s largest mutual fund, Fidelity’s Magellan Fund, from July 1992 through May 1996. From April 1992 until July 1992, Mr. Vinik assisted in the management of the Magellan Fund as part of a transition process. Prior to managing that fund, Mr. Vinik managed the Fidelity Growth and Income Fund (from September 1990 through April 1992), and the Fidelity Contrafund (from January 1989 through September 1990). In addition, Mr. Vinik managed a non-diversified sector fund, the Fidelity Select Energy Services Fund, from June 1986 through February 1989. Prior to joining Fidelity, Mr. Vinik was an equities block trader for First Boston from August 1985 through May 1986, and a securities analyst for Value Line from July 1981 through July 1983. Mr. Vinik received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School in 1985. In 1981, he received a B.S. from Duke University.