Stocks Slump on Bank Worries
Stocks kicked off June with a broad sell-off Monday after one of the U.S.'s largest banks, Wachovia (WB), forced out its chief executive after the billions of dollars in losses from credit trouble at the company. Wachovia chief executive Ken Thompson was forced to retire, and chairman Lanty Smith will take over as interim CEO.
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