Douglas McIntyre

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Bank of America CEO  Ken Lewis  has testified that he agreed to merge with Merrill Lynch to help save the financial system, even though he knew it would be bad for some shareholders.

Ousted as Bank of America Chair, Ken Lewis Still in Charge

Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis has testified that he agreed to merge with Merrill Lynch to help save the financial system, even though he knew it would be bad for some shareholders.

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Fannie Mae ,  Freddie Mac  and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

Is a Wave of Foreclosures Heading Our Way?

Fannie Mae , Freddie Mac and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

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Fannie Mae,   Freddie Mack  and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

Is a Wave of Foreclosures Heading Our Way?

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mack and a lot of big mortgage banks have quietly ended their moratoriums on home foreclosures.

from To the Point

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