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Looks like Bank of America, with its “stress test” failure, might well have again trod heavily on its you-know-what, though perhaps this test failure is just one of those things.

Be that as it may, being a suspicious, evil-minded old man, I'm given to wonder how well the executives in charge of Bank of America are doing these days — what heights, for instance, have their compensation packages, bonuses included, reached? And exactly what might they possibly be doing to deserve the compensation levels they enjoy?

ALAN SCHULTZ

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