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  1. Bank of America plans vote on change allowing CEO to be chairman

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp plans to hold a shareholder vote on the change the board made in October to company bylaws to allow Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan to also be chairman.

  2. UPDATE 2- Bank of America plans vote on change allowing CEO to be chairman

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

    NEW YORK, May 4 (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp plans to hold a shareholder vote on the change the board made in October to company bylaws to allow Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan to also be chairman.

  3. Bank of America plans vote on change allowing CEO to be chairman

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

    NEW YORK, May 4 (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp plans to hold a shareholder vote on the change the board made to company bylaws in October to allow CEO Brian Moynihan to also be chairman.

  4. Moynihan Assumes Chairman Role at Bank of America

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    Thu, 2 Oct 2014

    We are puzzled by Bank of America 's announcement that Brian Moynihan will take over as chairman ..... that the performance of Bank of America and Citigroup improved ..... cases. We don't think Bank of America has provided enough support

  5. What the BoA Settlement Means for the Bank – and for Banking

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    Tue, 16 Sep 2014

    single entity, Bank of America ( BoA ) agreed ..... many weeks, BoA held its offer ..... Holder called BoA CEO Brian Moynihan , threatening to file suit against BoA the next day ..... mortgages that Bank of America holds, but that

  6. From Barron’s, June 30, 2014 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 28 Jun 2014

    it cost me to get MS Office ; pg 20]; waste-to-energy company Covanta [ CVA ; pg 22]; Bank of America [ BAC ; CEO spotlight on Brian Moynihan ; pg 46]; small-cap Chico’s FAS [ CHS ; pg 48]. IP story http://online.barrons.com

  7. The 5 Commandments Of Warren Buffett And Charlie Munger

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    Fri, 9 May 2014

    has said that you “pay a high price for a cheery consensus” and gave a loud re-endorsement of CEO Brian Moynihan at Bank of America . The long duration confidence and “slowness” of what we do in our large bank holdings will be a source

  8. The Friday Five

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    Fri, 17 Jan 2014

    TICKER:BAC] Bank of America really has been on ..... types of changes that Brian Moynihan is making at [TICKER:BAC] Bank of America , expecting that those ..... from [TICKER:BAC] Bank of America right now. They

    Bank of America found at 2:03, 2:59

    Which bank is that, and why is it up so much? Glaser: [TICKER:BAC] Bank of America really has been on a run so far in 2014. The year is very early, but the shares are already up over 10%, which is well above the 2% or so improvement that the big global banks generally have seen so far in 2014. It seems that investors are really warming up to the types of changes that Brian Moynihan is making at [TICKER:BAC] Bank of America , expecting that those would turn out decent earnings, and they did post decent earnings this quarter, driven a lot by improving loan
    for paying a huge multiple for the earnings that are coming from [TICKER:BAC] Bank of America right now. They're still going to have a lot of potential issues in earning a very high return over time. Even if
  9. Bank of America profit jumps on cost-cutting; shares climb

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    Wed, 17 Jul 2013

    (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp posted a bigger-than-expected 70 percent jump in quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by aggressive cost-cutting, as Chief Executive Brian Moynihan 's turnaround...

  10. Nygren: Double-Digit Earnings Growth Possible for B of A

    Video Reports

    Tue, 6 Nov 2012

    the old acquisitive Bank of America management team where ..... earnings per share at Bank of America could still grow at ..... We have met with Brian Moynihan numerous times. He ..... additive as buying back Bank of America stock at less than

    Bank of America found at 0:03, 1:06, 3:13

    Shannon Zimmerman : Bank of America is a company that had been in each of your funds, Oakmark and Oakmark Select. Was it ever in Global Select? Bill Nygren: Yes, it was. Zimmerman : So at Oakmark Select, it's been out for about a year. And now in the third quarter of this year, it has come back in, in a pretty big way. It's a top five position, I think, at Oakmark Select, about a 5% position. Talk a little bit about your thinking getting back into that company given the sort of regulatory overhang over the industry in general and Bank of America in particular. But then also given how valuation-conscious you are, the trajectory of the stock price has had pretty nice runup over
    aren't following the fundamental path that we were expecting. When we sold Bank of America that was more the issue. It was not that the stock price had gotten too high, but it was the capital base that the company had was not standing up to the ever-increasing demands the government was making for capital. We feared that there was more potential for shareholder dilution, which has been a very significant negative across the financial-services sector over the past four years. Over the ensuing year Bank of America did a good job of shedding assets--some through sales, some through maturities of securities that they owned--and they've actually gotten to a point now where their capital position is just about the strongest among the major U.S. banks. We no longer had the fear that it was going to be years longer before Bank of America could return capital to shareholders. They've got a management team in place that is no longer the old acquisitive Bank of America management team where you could really question whether or not value was added for the shareholders. But this management team is very
    no growth in the basic business, we think earnings per share at Bank of America could still grow at a double-digit rate. Zimmerman: Over what period of time? Because if the core business isn't expanding, isn't that
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