WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is out of the British jail where he was held until recently, and he's once again making trouble for the US financial sector.
"I had a long face-to-face interview with Assange today," the Times of London correspondent Alexi Mostrous said on Twitter. "He says he has enough material to make bosses of a major US bank resign."
Over the weekend, WikiLeaks sent out messages on Twitter urging Bank of America customers to leave the bank. It's widely believed that BofA is the bank targeted by WikiLeaks.