Will Bank of America’s Moynihan Ultimately Get the Boot?

Wells Fargo's (NYSE: WFC  ) CEO John Stumpf and Bank of America's (NYSE: BAC  ) CEO Brian Moynihan have overseen their banks through a rough stretch of time. Which of these two banking leaders will be the first to leave his post? In this segment of The Motley Fool's financials-focused show, Where the Money Is, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson give their take on the two leaders.

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  • Report this Comment On February 03, 2014, at 8:53 AM, mastedon2 wrote:

    Was this entire waste of time an attempt to promote an idea (by the headline) that a CEO was being considered for removal/replacement?

    "Will Bank of America's Moynihan Ultimately Get the Boot?" as a headline implies he is being considered by board members for removal from position! THEN the entire video is nonsensical garbage suppositions and hypothetical "what ifs" that completely waste our time!! No news, No information, just these two fairies wasting our time with nonsense. Well, you got your basher headline out there shorties, knowing it is what is listed in groups of headlines on most internet news listings; to promote an outright falsehood hoping to garner negative sentiment. Pathetic. Just like fairy buttranger's bow tie.

    Im done with Motley Stool.

  • Report this Comment On February 03, 2014, at 9:13 AM, DAT wrote:

    I agree with the comments above. There's no substance here. Only a sensationalist and manipulative headline. There's a disturbingly insubstantial trend in some of the Motley Fool's pieces these days. It's a shame. And it will ultimately mean that readers of reason and intelligence leave.

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