The cloutmongering Service Employees International Union wants to represent tens of thousands of tellers and office workers at Bank of America. Such a prospect might seem ridiculously unlikely, except that B of A is a recipient of TARP funds and obliged to pay close attention to its new Washington masters. [Charles Gasparino, New York Post via John Carney/Business Insider]
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