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Ex Bank of America CEO calls suit "implausible"

Lawyers for former Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis said in a court filing that a lawsuit accusing him of misleading investors during the company's 2009 merger with Merrill Lynch was "implausible" and "inconsistent," and should be tossed out. Full story

Ken Lewis in D.C.

   Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis discusses the TARP and the meeting with President Obama.

BofA execs face fraud charges

   New York's Attorney General filed securities fraud charges against Bank of America's former CEO Ken Lewis and the bank's former Chief Financial Officer on Thursday. NBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Lisa Myers reports.

Should Ken Lewis Stay?

   Could Bank of America ask Ken Lewis to stay on as CEO? CNBC's Charlie Gasparino and Mike Mayo, of Calyon Securities, discuss.

Corzine To Replace Lewis?

   There are rumors circulating that Corzine could be picked to replace Ken Lewis at Bank of America, with CNBC's Charlie Gasparino.

Corzine: BofA's New Chief?

   Is Bank of America considering outgoing New Jersey governor Jon Corzine to replace Ken Lewis? CNBC's Charlie Gasparino has the latest.

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Northern Trust CEO Rick Waddell, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, PNC CEO James Rohr and Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis take questions from the news media after they and 10 other bank heads met with President Barack Obama.
Northern Trust CEO Rick Waddell, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, PNC CEO James Rohr and Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis take questions from the news media after they and 10 other bank heads met with President Barack Obama.

WASHINGTON - MARCH 27: Northern Trust CEO Rick Waddell, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, PNC CEO James Rohr and Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis take questions from the news media after they and 10 other bank heads met with President Barack Obama March 27, 2009 in Washington, DC. Obama used the meeting to