Merrill Chief Thain Leaves B of A

January 2009
American Banker;1/23/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 15, p20
Trade Publication
This article presents information about the resignation of John Thain as COO of Bank of America Corp. Thain, who brought about the purchase of Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., was criticized after Bank of America was forced to seek more bailout money from the government after it suffered a $15.4 billion loss.


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