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Julius Baer eyes 1,000 job cuts after Merrill deal

Swiss private bank Julius Baer says it plans to cut about 1,000 jobs from Merrill Lynch's wealth management operations outside the United States following a deal to buy the unit from Bank Of America.


DealBook: Bank of America to Pay $2.43 Billion to Settle Suit Over Merrill Deal

Bank of America announced on Friday that it would pay $2.43 billion to settle a class action lawsuit related to its acquisition of Merrill Lynch.


Sallie Krawcheck Out At Bank Of America Merrill Lynch

The stressed relationship between Bank of America and Merrill Lynch just got uglier with the announcement today that Sallie Krawcheck, is leaving her post as head of Merrill Lynch’s global wealth management division.


Tribune investors sue banks that arranged financing

A group of investors in bankrupt Tribune Co sued JPMorgan, Merrill Lynch, Citicorp and Bank of America, claiming the banks arranged $3.7 billion in loans in 2007 they knew the company could never repay.


Lewis Leaving Bank of America at End of Year

Lewis Leaving Bank of America at End of Year

The embattled chief executive, under pressure over the disclosure of losses and bonuses at Merrill Lynch, told the board on Wednesday that he planned to retire, people briefed on the situation said.


BofA, execs owe 'billions' in Merrill lawsuit, Ohio AG says

BofA, execs owe 'billions' in Merrill lawsuit, Ohio AG says

Investors in a class-action lawsuit against Bank of America over the Merrill Lynch takeover are trying to collect "billions ...


BofA fails to meet congressional deadline

Bank of America Corp failed to meet a Monday midday deadline to hand over further details about its acquisition of Merrill Lynch to a congressional investigative committee, a panel spokeswoman said.


Bank Growth Alarms Regulators

Bank Growth Alarms Regulators

When the credit crisis struck last year, federal regulators pumped tens of billions of dollars into the nation's leading financial institutions because the banks were so big that officials feared their failure would ruin the entire financial system. Today, the biggest of those banks are even bigger.


BofA to pay $33M fine over bonuses

The Securities and Exchange Commission filed charges Monday against Bank of America for misleading investors about billions of dollars in bonuses paid to top executives at Merrill Lynch following its purchase of the brokerage giant.


Paulson Justifies Threatening BofA's CEO

Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson says he was justified last year in suggesting that Bank of America Corp.'s chief executive could lose his job if the bank backed out on plans to buy troubled Merrill Lynch.


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