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May 3, 1988 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ, Times Staff Writer
In a surprise to the financial community, Robert W. Frick resigned Monday as vice chairman of Bank of America. He was replaced with yet another alumnus of Wells Fargo Bank. Frick, 50, was chief of the world banking division at B of A and was considered a possible successor to the bank's chairman, A. W. Clausen. But his division has been reduced over the past two years as the bank struggled to recover from record losses and began to focus on its consumer business in California.
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May 3, 1988 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ, Times Staff Writer
In a surprise to the financial community, Robert W. Frick resigned Monday as vice chairman of Bank of America. He was replaced with yet another alumnus of Wells Fargo Bank. Frick, 50, was chief of the world banking division at B of A and was considered a possible successor to the bank's chairman, A. W. Clausen. But his division has been reduced over the past two years as the bank struggled to recover from record losses and began to focus on its consumer business in California.
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April 19, 1987
BankAmerica named three new directors, one outsider and two BankAmerica executives, bringing the number of board members to 17. The new outside director is Peter B. Bedford, 49, president of Bedford Properties Inc., a Lafayette, Calif., real estate development and investment firm. Bedford is the first outsider named to the board since 1982, when former Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara and Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Chairman Cornell C. Maier joined the BankAmerica board.
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October 14, 1986 | VICTOR F. ZONANA, Times Staff Writer
The senior management team that A. W. Clausen inherited over the weekend when he returned to the helm of crisis-ridden BankAmerica Corp. is divided almost evenly between executives who worked at the bank the last time Clausen ran it and newcomers brought in over the last 5 1/2 years by the giant company's deposed president, Samuel H. Armacost.
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