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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.



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