- Bank of America (BAC) has disputed government claims that the company should pay $2.1B after the firm and one of its employees was found guilty in October of fraud over defective mortgages sold by the firm's Countrywide unit.
- Bank of America argues it should only have to pay the amount that it generated in profit from selling the loans, which it says was nothing.
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