Bank of America may need to tweak performance-based pay

Bank of America Corp.'s brightening prospects have one major beneficiary: Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan. Since 2010, a portion of Moynihan's compensation has been tied to future performance -- specifically, the stock's valuation and the bank's ability to achieve certain profitability targets over a particular period. Until now, he hasn't been entitled to the full…

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