Plagued by bad press and a struggling stock, Bank of America Corp. tried Tuesday to buy some time by erring on the side of disclosure.

B of A offered up more than 125 pages of data in conjunction with its third-quarter conference call that covered the gamut: mortgage repurchases, foreclosures, overdraft policy, credit quality and other hot issues.

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