With the end of Bank of America's legal fiasco right around the corner, investors should not delude themselves into thinking that BofA's biggest challenge is behind it.
The people have spoken, and this company has the worst customer service. But does that even matter?
With 2015 approaching, investors want to know whether Bank of America will raise its dividend next year. The Motley Fool staff happily has the answer.
When things get too complex, it's time to simplify.
In the latest chapter of Wall Street's post-crisis woes, six major banks agreed to pay $4.3 billion to settle allegations that traders within their investment banking divisions conspired to manipulate foreign exchange rates.
Bank of America's shotgun wedding to Merrill Lynch was once heralded as a dream come true, but there's reason to think that it has since turned into a nightmare.
In this episode of Where the Money Is, we discuss why Bank of America might want to divorce itself from Merrill Lynch and the flaw in New York Community Bancorp's otherwise immaculate business model.
Warren Buffett's investing strategy has allowed the Oracle of Omaha to turn $10,000 into $70 billion over the course of six decades. But, does Bank of America really fit into Buffett's investing strategy?
Small Business Administration guaranteed loans are an exceptionally helpful way for banks to profit and borrowers to grow. Bank of America, it seems, disagrees.
Bank of America announced on Thursday that it had to reduce its third-quarter earnings by $400 million, wiping out a previously reported profit.