Bank of America and the Justice Department have reached a $16.7 billion settlement, ending federal investigations into the bank’s sale of toxic mortgage securities during the subprime housing boom, the Justice Department announced this morning. It is the single largest government settlement by a company in American history, the New York Times reported.
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