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by Derek Loosvelt | April 29, 2009

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It's official: Bank of America just announced the results of its vote today and Kenny Lewis will no longer be holding the two top spots at the bank. Lewis, who will stay on as CEO (for the time being, at least), will have to relinquish his board chair after shareholders voted "to change the company's by-laws to require an independent chairman."

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