The firm (Bank of America) has spent too much time geting big rather than boosting profits. Since 1997, its balance sheet has expanded 27% per year on average through a series of acquisitions. During that time, Bank of American has destroyed wealth (deliverying return on capital below its estimated cost of capital) in four out of five years.

— Bank of America  

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