Economy

September 15, 2009 2:43 PM

Judge rejects BofA settlement over Merrill Lynch bonuses

A federal judge on Monday rejected Bank of America's $33 million proposed settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission over allegations it misled shareholders about Merrill Lynch bonuses. The rebuke came amid reports that top bank executives could soon face charges from New York's attorney general over similar accusations.

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