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Last updated: December 17, 2009 3:48 pm

Interactive graphic: BofA timeline

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The credit crisis has turned Bank of America from a strong, stable corporation into a company struggling under the weight of acquisitions made during the height of the crisis.

FT.com charts the last three years of the bank from the departure of their long-serving chief financial officer Al de Molina in 2006, through the controversial acquisition of Merrill Lynch to the naming of Brian Moynihan to replace Ken Lewis as chief executive.

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