That would make it the biggest mortgage-backed securities settlement yet.
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"Traders who bought and sold securities with the firm's own money for two years were close enough to see the computer screens of traders taking orders from clients and overhear their phone calls."
Recession finally catches up to man who made $25 million in three months at Merrill Lynch.
No one comes off well in the new Merrill Lynch snuff book, 'Crash of the Titans,' but one character distinguishes himself.
"We were just lambs being led to the slaughter," investor in CDOs whimpers. Only without the blindfold, or the chain, or anything like that.
Just because he has a lot of material possessions doesn't mean he never thinks about the meaning of life.
Stan O'Neal gives his first interview since leaving Merrill Lynch, and it is awesome.
Former Merrill Lynch Executive Forced to Declare Bankruptcy Just to Keep a $14 Million Roof Over His Head
How did things go so wrong for this tan man?
He was guaranteed $2 million a year, according to the 'Times.'
We'll see how long he lasts before tearing off that hideous wallpaper with his bare hands.
Merrill Lynch CEO famed for his "interior-decorating mistake" takes over at CIT Group.
The former Merrill Lynch CEO, known for his taste in commodes, mulls a job offer.
Bank of America didn't tell investors that Merrill Lynch lost billions.
CEO Who Spent $1 Million Redecorating Office While Firm Imploded Thinks Washington Should Take It Easy on CEOs
Former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain thinks the FCIC hearings will be a waste of time if they're just "an opportunity to pummel the CEOs."
And Yves Saint Laurent's house in Morocco is up for sale.
Stan O'Neal chooses coach, a little too late.
Well, unless they want to be.
If only the former Merrill Lynch CEO had bought Ikea.
The new BBC reenactment of the events of last September sounds a little too British.