BofA’s Ken Lewis flies into a spot of bother

  • 21 Nov 2003
? It hasn’t been a fun time for Bank of America over the last five weeks. First, BofA bid a scary price for FleetBoston which clearly spooked investors around the world. Instead of falling at the feet of chairman and CEO, Ken Lewis, to worship their hero, BofA stockholders dumped the shares as ...

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