Bank of America: Get Your Act Together!

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In this segment, Matt takes a moment to send a message directly to Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America . Matt implores him to reexamine his current cost-cutting strategy, which he feels is sacrificing the long-term goals of building a culture that people want to bank with, work within, and invest in for the sake of short-term profits.

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The relevant video segment can be found between 6:33 and 7:50.

For the full video of today's Where the Money Is, click here.

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