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March 26, 2014 5:16 PM

Bank of America, Ken Lewis agree to $25 million settlement in Merrill Lynch case

Bank of America and former CEO Ken Lewis agreed Wednesday to pay $25 million to settle claims that they misled investors on mounting losses at Merrill Lynch before the Charlotte bank acquired it in 2009.

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