New Merrill Lynch business cards offend employees

By Staff | June 20, 2014 | Last updated on June 20, 2014
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Merrill Lynch employees are dismayed at a tweak to company business cards that allude to the firm’s owners, Bank of America, says Investment News.

The new business cards have shrunk the iconic ML bull logo, and have a new red and blue stripe (Bank of America’s colours) running along the bottom, says Investment News.

The major bank acquired the investment firm more than five years ago, though the approximately 13,500 employees still work under the Merrill Lynch name.

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