SEC, BofA must turn over more info as judge considers settlement

Federal Judge Jed Rakoff has ordered the Securities and Exchange Commission and Bank of America to turn over extensive information as he considers a proposed $150 million settlement stemming from charges related to the bank's 2008 acquisition of Merrill Lynch. Rakoff rejected an earlier settlement proposal between the two sides.

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