Davis, Paul; Landy, Heather
March 2010
American Banker;3/19/2010, Vol. 175 Issue F311, p2
Trade Publication
News briefs on U.S. banks and banking are presented. Brian Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bank of America Corp., issued a letter to stockholders promising better risk management. BB&T Corp. has filed a defamation action against a computer training school, charging the school made false statements about the company on its Web site. Donald H. Layton has been named an official of NewOak Capital LLC, an investment firm.


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