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PBS NewsHour | Amid Major Job Cuts, Is Bank of America 'Too Big to Manage'? | PBS

Duration: 09:57
Program: PBS NewsHour #10153
Broadcast Date: Sep. 12, 2011

Bank of America, the nation's largest lender, announced plans to shrink the company by 30,000 people over the next two years. Judy Woodruff discusses Banks of America's troubles and the growing concerns over interconnected global financial problems with banking expert Bert Ely and Simon Johnson, former IMF chief economist.

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Post Date: September 12, 2011