Bank of America (BAC) will cut 3.5K jobs in the current quarter as part of a larger...

Bank of America (BAC) will cut 3.5K jobs in the current quarter as part of a larger restructuring that may see at least 10K positions - 3.5% of the firm's workforce - eliminated. The plan, known as "Project New BAC," is a step toward CEO Moynihan's goal of reducing annual expenses by $6B.

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  • EMS
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    Bank of America will one day soon be back at 35. By way of a C'group-like stock splat. Enjoy.
    18 Aug 2011, 11:05 PM Reply Like
  • Josh ODonnell
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    BAC is never going back to 35 as long as the european soverign debt issues aren't long as this debt is still a threat to confidence we won't see the company grow...especially if housing doesn't come back...and with existing home sales down 3.5% i doubt that will happen anytime soon...if ever.
    19 Aug 2011, 12:43 AM Reply Like
  • PVizzle
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    *Insert comment hating on BAC here*


    Have you guys ever heard Moynihan speak? He comes across as a fool. He and Leo have destroyed more capital this year than any of us will ever make.
    19 Aug 2011, 12:48 AM Reply Like
  • jw4golf
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    now you know why so many alpha writers have been hyping bac/c/et al...trying to get out.
    19 Aug 2011, 12:58 AM Reply Like
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