Bank Of America Shareholder Stops Short Of Ripping Her Top Off And Asking Brian Moynihan To Sign Her Tits

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For the most part, Bank of America chief Brian Moynihan is not the type of guy who inspires intense fan frenzy. Lloyd Blankfein has teems of people who want to pinch his adorable cheeks and carry him around in their pocket for good luck. Jamie Dimon has his groupies. But Moynihan? Not so much.

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During the meeting, Ms. McMahon got into a shouting match with Judith Koenick, a shareholder who criticized Mr. Moynihan. Ms. McMahon defended the CEO as a “fine gentleman” and a credit to Ireland. When Ms. Koenick complained, “I’d like to finish my comments without being threatened by this woman!”, Ms. McMahon yelled “I’ll threaten you all I want!” Then she directed a cry of “I love you, Mr. Moynihan!” to the stage. Mr. Moynihan joked that at least two people love him – his mother, and Ms. McMahon.

Brian Moynihan’s Not-So-Secret Admirer [MoneyBeat]

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