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BREAKING -- BoA Checking Overdraft Settles HUGE!

Good to see all that TARP money going to a good place:
Plaintiffs and Bank of America, N.A., through their respective undersigned counsel, hereby notify the Court that on or around January 27, 2011, they executed a Memorandum of Understanding evidencing an agreement in principle, under which Bank of America will pay the total sum of four hundred ten million and 00/100 dollars ($410,000,000.00) in exchange for a full and complete release of all claims brought against Bank of America in this multidistrict litigation.
Aaron, your timing is impeccable as always.

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  1. Generic Fox News AnalystFebruary 7, 2011 at 12:15 PM

    Welfare for the rich makes me all tingly.

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  2. "on or around". silly speak

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  3. Smart move by bank.

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  4. 1:38 yes, they are laughing all the way to the bank.

    You look silly on your little canoe while the "Big P" floats by on his mini-cruise ship.

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  5. Afraid of wikileaks!

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  6. 3:17 not getting much these days?

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  8. So, I do not really consider it may have effect.

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