Merrill takeover challenges Bank of America

It must have been a bitter pill to swallow for both. But Bank of America and Merrill Lynch shareholders went ahead and approved the takeover of the Thundering Herd, as Merrill is known on Wall Street, on Friday. Merrill’s shareholders had little choice,

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SunTrust calls note on upscale Hasentree development

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Stoic shareholders bless Bank of America-Merrill marriage

On Friday, at their respective special meetings, shareholders of both Bank of America (BoA) and Merrill Lynch approved the merger of the two institutions at a ratio of 0.8595 BoA share for every Merrill share. Details of how many voted in favour of the