Hiding Volatility in Earnings Just Got HarderJonathan Weil
March 30 (Bloomberg) -- Depending on how you look at it, Bank of America Corp. last year had a $1.4 billion profit or a $3.9 billion loss. Both figures are accurate. The big difference is that the second one is harder to find in the company’s financial reports.
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