Here's the Thomson Reuters Worldwide Legal M&A League Table for the period 01/01/2009 - 30/09/2009.
The New York Post reports that former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain is said to be 'quietly celebrating' the fall of Bank of America boss Ken Lewis.
The candidates are lining up to take over from CEO Ken Lewis, who is due to step down at the end of the year, but the list is somewhat underwhelming - so much so, that BofA may be forced to appoint an interim CEO for a year to buy enough time to identify the right long-term leader.
Despite what Ken Lewis may say to staff about how he came down from the mountain recently and decided that he was off as he'd accomplished his goals at Bank of America, we all know that Lewis was forced out by lawmakers, attorneys general and angry shareholders (it was, after all, only a few weeks ago that Lewis told everyone who would listen that he had no intention of going anywhere).
Some critics would like to see Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis in jail over the Merrill Lynch acquisition.
Here's Thomson Reuters' Worldwide M&A League Table for the period 01/01/2009 - 30/09/2009.
Here's the first rant from our editor, Vic Daniels, who makes a few observations on some of the things that have got him worked up over the last few days.
Here's Fed chief Ben Bernanke's testimony on regulatory reform before the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives, Thursday.
Here's a selection of Thomson Reuters global debt, equity and equity-related league tables for the year to 30.09.2009.