When $137 million changes nothing there’s trouble

In April 2000, 12 big municipal-bond underwriting firms agreed to pay $140 million to settle federal allegations that they defrauded states and localities in how they reinvested bond proceeds. A five-year ordeal that had consumed the business was at an end. Or was it? Last week, Bank of America Corp. agreed to pay $137 million…

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