CHICAGO - BankAmerica Corp.'s chairman has tried to put the kibosh on rumors that the company is looking outside for his successor, or considering acquisitions of retail banks in the Northeast or Chicago.

In a press briefing preceding the annual shareholder meeting Thursday of the nation's second-largest bank company, Richard M. Rosenberg, 65, said the board is planning to hire his replacement from within the company.

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