• / Free eNewsletters & Magazine
  • / My Account
Home>BofA Directors' Merrill Lynch Accord Flawed, Objectors Argue

Related Content

  1. Videos
  2. Articles
  1. Nygren: Double-Digit Earnings Growth Possible for B of A

    Bank of America's current management team has allowed the firm to have possibly the strongest capital position among major U.S. banks, says Oakmark's Bill Nygren.

  2. Unpleasant Surprises

    How bad was bad news this week from Apple, Boeing, Bank of America , and others?

  3. 2 Banks Nobody Likes (But Why You Should)

    Interest-rate worries have hit Bank of America and Citigroup, but the market is missing their potential to further cut costs and boost earnings.

  4. The Friday Five

    Bank of America makes a boo-boo, Twitter shares are still flying too high, Morningstar heads to Omaha, and more.

BofA Directors' Merrill Lynch Accord Flawed, Objectors Argue

Bank of America Corp. directors' $20 million settlement of investor lawsuits over the purchase of Merrill Lynch & Co. is inadequate given the billions of dollars of harm the deal caused, objectors to the accord said.

11/28/2012

1
blog comments powered by Disqus
Upcoming Events
Conferences
Webinars

©2014 Morningstar Advisor. All right reserved.