BofA’s (Never-ending) Search For A New CEO

by Derek Loosvelt | November 23, 2009

Finding a new chief to succeed retiring CEO Kenny Lewis is becoming much more difficult than Bank of America’s board initially anticipated. The board’s short list stretched into a long list, and the names on the long list have either publicly taken themselves out of the running or privately turned down the post. It seems the only man or woman for the job (and the only one who wants it) is the outgoing CEO himself, Kenny Lewis.

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