Bank of America

Bank of America's top executives neglected to tell their shareholders about the losses at Merrill Lynch before completing the $50 billion purchase of the company in 2008. Shareholders were instead told of projections showing the deal would Read more...
A Phoenix, Arizona woman is taking on two mortgage giants, Bank of America and Fannie Mae, and the case is making its way through federal court. Lilly Washington is representing herself, and seeking ownership of her home and compensation for Read more...
What would a world look like that had a culture and an economic system that placed human need above corporate greed, and how do we bring that world into being? Dennis Trainor, Jr., the writer and director of "American Autumn: an occudoc," Read more...
This was an awesome action on the part of Occupy Detroit. It was so perfect, Bank of America security and staff didn't interrupt them as they played out a live "Monopoly" game in the middle of the bank and there were absolutely no arrests. Read more...
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The latest company to feel the frustrations of everyday people came in North Carolina at Bank of America's shareholders meeting. Read more...
Alan Grayson on the original problem with Bank of America As part of the mortgage settlement announced earlier this year, Bank of America announced that they sent out 200,000 letters to underwater mortgage holders they own or service, Read more...
Originally posted on my own site - The Political is Personal. This is turning into a very different kind of shareholder season, one that is every bit as much about civic concerns as it is about the price of any stock, as investors have been Read more...
What do you do when banks that took billions in taxpayer dollars foreclose on those very same taxpayers? Why, you foreclose on the banks, of course! Occupy Miami decides to move into Wells Fargo and another set of occupiers get comfy in a Bank Read more...
Photo courtesy of Rainforest Action Network. I'm really happy that these kind of public actions are becoming more common, because for too long, Americans have been operating on automatic pilot and now, thanks to a crushing recession, extreme Read more...