It's 5,159 miles from Athens to McLean, Va., but for Capital One, the Greek capital — and its debt crisis — is much much closer to home.
On Wednesday, the banking company surprised observers by coming to market with a $2 billion common stock offering intended to help pay for the $9 billion cash-and-stock acquisition of ING Group NV's U.S. online banking unit.
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