Sites about alleged unethical or illegal conduct by investment bank Merrill Lynch, such as securities fraud.

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Judge Slams Merrill Investment Advice
"A judge criticises the US brokerage Merrill Lynch after an investigation slams its analysts' behaviour." [BBC News]
Merrill Deal May Not Include Guilty Plea
"A deal being weighed by New York's attorney general could also mean the brokerage will not reimburse investors for its 'tainted' advice." By David Schepp. [BBC News]
Merrill Lynch Hires New York Hero
"The investment bank hires former mayor Rudolph Giuliani to defend the firm against charges of fraud - and salvage its reputation." [BBC News]
Merrill Pledges Better Behaviour
"Merrill Lynch, the US brokerage accused of issuing biased stock research, agrees with US authorities to increase disclosure." [BBC News]
Merrill Settles in Share Tipping Row
"The US-based bank agrees to pay $100m to settle a probe by the New York attorney general over accusations that analysts misled investors." [BBC News]
Sainsbury Mulls Suing Merrill
"J Sainsbury may sue Merrill Lynch for mismanaging its pension fund after the US bank settles a similar case with Unilever out of court." [BBC News]
When Not to Believe the Experts
"Many investors lost money when they followed analyst recommendations to buy tech stocks." By Orla Ryan. [BBC News]
Merrill Settles Charges
"Brokerage firm to pay $100M, doesn't admit wrongdoing; Spitzer sees it as model for Wall Street." By Kim Khan. [CNN/Money] (May 21, 2002)
Merrill Hires Giuliani
"Brokerage turns to popular former NYC mayor for talks with Spitzer over possible criminal charges." [CNN/Money] (April 25, 2002)
Calls by Merrill's Blodget Probed
"New York State attorney's office reportedly investigates Blodget's stock calls." [CNN/Money] (December 10, 2001)
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