Bank of America on Tuesday held a special meeting in Charlotte to allow shareholders to vote on the lender’s move last year to give CEO Brian Moynihan the chairman title.
Bank of America on Tuesday held a special meeting in Charlotte to allow shareholders to vote on the lender’s move last year to give CEO Brian Moynihan the chairman title. Simon Dawson Bloomberg
Bank of America on Tuesday held a special meeting in Charlotte to allow shareholders to vote on the lender’s move last year to give CEO Brian Moynihan the chairman title. Simon Dawson Bloomberg

BofA’s Moynihan keeps chairman title; executives promise more contact with shareholders

September 22, 2015 10:17 AM

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