Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Misinterpreted FAX causes Bank of America Evacuation

A fax that was sent to a branch of Bank of America (BAC) in Massachusetts, which was supposed to be an interoffice memo for a promotion, had a bombwith a fuse. The promotional information didn't come through on the fax, so it was misinterpreted as a threat, and the bank and surrounding businesses were evacuated. Bank of America is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

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