Bank of New York Co. withdrew its $24 billion unsolicited bid for Mellon Bank Corp. on Wednesday-and fired a parting verbal shot.

Accusing the Pittsburgh-based company of "intransigence," Bank of New York chairman and chief executive officer Thomas A. Renyi said he was "particularly dismayed at Mellon's dismissive and superficial treatment of this transaction.

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