Goldie-Morrison files claim against BoA

Goldie-Morrison wants the bank to honour $5 million of stock options he says were revoked, plus a $2.1 million bonus he says he should have received, but didn’t. He also wants returned $101,000 in charitable and political donations he says he made at the bank’s behest. In his claim, Goldie-Morrison cites the gift of a crystal hand grenade from former Bank of America chairman Hugh McColl as evidence of the high value placed on his services by the firm.

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