Commerzbank Investors Vent Anger at CEO After Share SlumpAnnette Weisbach
Shareholders of Commerzbank AG, Germany’s second-biggest bank, are protesting Chief Executive Officer Martin Blessing’s management after the stock tumbled more than any other bank outside crisis-hit Ireland and Greece.
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