Nell Minow

Editor, Corporate Library

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Editor at the Corporate Library, an online library of resources on corporate governance; co-author of three books on corporate governance

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Executives at Merrill Lynch got $3.6 billion in bonuses just as their firm was about to be merged with Bank of America, but neither company told shareholders before they approved the…

Judge Stuns Wall Street, Tosses Out SEC Pact with BofA

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With layoffs reaching massive proportions and the government spending billions to bail out financial institutions, Wall Street bankers gave themselves nearly $20 billion in bonuses.

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With layoffs reaching massive proportions and the government spending billions to bail out financial institutions, Wall Street bankers gave themselves nearly $20 billion in bonuses.

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