Bank of America shareholders will vote next month on whether CEO Brian Moynihan should retain the title of chairman, a title he gained last fall in a controversial vote by the bank’s board. Experts say holding the shareholder vote in a special meeting, as opposed to a regular shareholders meeting, could influence the outcome.
Bank of America shareholders will vote next month on whether CEO Brian Moynihan should retain the title of chairman, a title he gained last fall in a controversial vote by the bank’s board. Experts say holding the shareholder vote in a special meeting, as opposed to a regular shareholders meeting, could influence the outcome. Davis Turner Bloomberg
Bank of America shareholders will vote next month on whether CEO Brian Moynihan should retain the title of chairman, a title he gained last fall in a controversial vote by the bank’s board. Experts say holding the shareholder vote in a special meeting, as opposed to a regular shareholders meeting, could influence the outcome. Davis Turner Bloomberg
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Experts: Special meeting could affect outcome for Moynihan, BofA

August 17, 2015 12:56 PM

UPDATED August 17, 2015 05:48 PM

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