Bank of America Corp.'s chief executive acknowledged in perhaps the starkest terms yet that for the country's largest bank, innovation may now be less important than remediation.
As keynote speaker at a financial services investor conference it sponsored Tuesday, Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan portrayed Bank of America as a chastened company that had sworn off significant acquisitions — and anything else that would distract the lender from its customer-focused business lines.
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