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    Ex-Bank Of America Employee Embroiled In Ugly Custody Battle Over Cavalier Kings Spaniel

    It’s always the kids that suffer.

    / Mar 20, 2015 at 4:31 PM
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    Ex-BofA Chief Ken Lewis Unloads Bro Pad

    The home was listed in 2009 for $3.3 million and has been on and off the market; it was most recently listed in February for just under $2.5 million, and is under contract for “close to asking,” said listing agent Sally Papineau of Spring Island Realty. The buyer is from Chicago and works in the […]

    / Dec 2, 2014 at 1:07 PM
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    Losing Any Credibility Whatsoever Not Such A Bad Thing For Ex-Bank CEO Who Wanted Nothing More Than The Time To Curl Up With A Good Book

    Over at the Wall Street Journal today you will find a “Where are they now?” round-up of what “The Cast of the 2008 Financial Crisis” has been up to of late. Most of the entries mention books (Paulson, Geithner), current jobs on Wall Street and with the government (Thain, Bernanke, Steel, Dimon, Weinstein, Paulson), low-profiles […]

    / Sep 9, 2013 at 1:20 PM
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    Ken Lewis’s Great Idea Pad Sells For $3.15 Million

    They said it couldn’t be done. They said it didn’t matter if it was $4.5 million or $2.5 million or if they were giving it away. They said potentials buyers wouldn’t be swayed by the pitch to “sleep where Angelo Mozilo hath slept, after a few too many troughs of Boone’s farm” (AKA “The Mozilo Bedroom”), or to impress guests with the cocktail party fodder that “that chair you’re sitting in right now the very one Ken Lewis was sitting in when he decided to buy Merrill Lynch, can’t get better investing karma than that.” They said the vomit stains on the rug would not be a selling point. They were wrong.

    / Feb 6, 2013 at 4:43 PM
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    Ken Lewis Is A Movie Producer Now*

    If it feels like it’s been forever since we’ve heard from Ken Lewis it’s because it has. Following his retirement in 2009, the former Bank of America CEO went underground to do some soul-searching. To figure out what made Kenneth D. Lewis tick. Did he want to want to be a CEO of another company? Did he want to get involved in another industry entirely? Did he want to grow a beard again? Did he want to be a shepherd? These are the questions that needed answers and today, finally, we’ve got some. No word on the beard but it appears that for now, Lewis is staying away from Wall Street and pursuing another passion: the movie business.

    / Jan 23, 2013 at 5:24 PM

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