Certain Bank Of America Shareholders Fully Supportive Of Government's Request To Send Board Home In (One Giant) Body Bag

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Specifically we're referring to CtW Investment Group, which should come as no surprise to those of you who've followed the group's efforts to throw certain members of the Bank of Amerillwide team out on their asses. CtW spokesperson Michael Garland told the Deal, "Given the taxpayer dollars now at risk at BofA, it's appropriate and necessary that the government also weigh in. It certainly intensifies the pressure on the board to move aggressively to both reconstitute itself and accelerate CEO succession."
Earlier: Hey, Why Don't We Muck With Their Board?

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