Also, Citi says it's not to blame.
A trader may have entered a "b" for billion instead of an "m" for million in a trade, messing up global markets.
"In light of recent events involving the firm, we appreciate the support of our clients and shareholders, and the dedication and commitment of our people."
Somewhere, Ken Lewis is saying "I told you so."
Everything always comes back to high school.
He won't even acknowledge their protests.
The coming financial-services exodus may just be another urban legend.
Someone from Craigslist.
Gone are the days of "$40 cups of coffee" ... for Bank of America customers, at least.
This is may be a missed opportunity.
One-quarter of a percentage point.
Ken Lewis's house is full of bad memories.
These people are heroes.
Therefore people don't care as much.
He exchanged it for a "less showy" Maserati, according to his dealer.