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Brian Moynihan

  1. white men with money
    Warren Buffett Will Buy You Dinner If You Make Him $5 BillionIt’s easy!
  2. Brian Moynihan Slickly Ignores Bra-Baring Hecklers at Banking Talk“As I said,” the BofA CEO deadpanned, and the crowd went wild.
  3. bankers delight
    SEC Probes Bank of America, Citigroup, UBS for Manipulating Banking RatesThe SEC is very probe-happy these days, no?
  4. davos
    The Embarrassing Chairs of DavosIf the furniture is any indication, the WEF is hell-bent on taking their powerful guests down a peg.
  5. Bank of America Prepares to Get WikiLeaked by Buying Up Negative Domain NamesBad news for anyone who wanted to own BrianMoynihanSucks.com.
  6. BofA CEO: Banking After the Mortage Crisis Is Like Fighting in a War Before Weapons“It’s a day-to-day, hand-to-hand combat.”
  7. finance fiction
    President Obama Has Party, Does Not Invite Former Best BankerBurn.
  8. popularity contests
    Brian Moynihan Replaces Jamie Dimon As Obama’s Favorite BankerThe president has reportedly traded the demanding, prickly banker for a “fresh face.” Men.
  9. How Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan Gives His Office That Lived-In LookFamily photos give the Bank of America CEO’s empty office a feeling of presence.
  10. finance fiction
    A Huge Amount of Angst Went Into Deciding New Bank of America CEO’s SalaryIt took over a month.
  11. white men with money
    Bank of America Gets a New CEOHis name is Brian Moynihan.
  12. white men with money
    Who Will Succeed Ken Lewis?Assessing the Bank of America chief’s possible replacements.
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    Bank of America’s Friends: One Is Silver and the Other’s GoldEmbattled CEOs like Citigroup’s Chuck Prince, whose departure has been rumored and longed for since he announced profits were down by 60 percent last month, and Merrill Lynch’s Stan O’Neal, who the other day announced they’d be taking $8.4 billion — that bears repeating: $8.4 billion — in write-downs, ought to take a cue from Bank of America’s Kenneth Lewis, who after reporting a 32 percent drop in third-quarter results decided to do like a smart despot and start executing his cronies before the people start marching him to the gallows. Last night, Lewis announced a restructuring of the bank, which includes the “early retirement” of B of A head of investment banking R. Eugene Taylor, above, a trader for some 38 years and a longtime tennis buddy of the CEO’s. He’ll be replaced by Brian Moynihan, a bright young thing who will move from Boston to New York to take over the division. But Moynihan has never run a capital markets unit before now, and honestly, with the Red Sox in the World Series, how popular will he be in New York? BofA’s Wall Street Retreat [WSJ] Related: The Hanger-on [NYM]