Bank of Boston will face its shareholders.

The bank has faced federal investigators and congressional inquisitors, state politicians and the press. Now, embattled First National Bank of Boston must answer to its shareholders about the tumultuous events of the past two months. The bank's annual meeting today will give any of its 15,000 shareholders the chance to grill President William Brown about the controversy that has plagued the bank since February, when it pleaded guilty to violating international banking regulations.

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