Bank of America must be getting desperate.
In its search to find a new C.E.O., the North Carolina based bank is expanding its field to include candidates who would rather not live in Charlotte. According to Bloomberg News, they might even let you live in New York City.
“It does reflect well on the board that they’re not going to let the headquarters location limit their selection in terms of CEOs,” said Thomas Brown, CEO of New York-based hedge fund Second Curve Capital. “There aren’t too many people around the world who think that Charlotte is a major financial center.”