Investors in Bank of New York Co. are starting to show signs of nervousness over the company's involvement in a money-laundering investigation.

Shares have dropped 6.8% since Wednesday, when Thomas A. Renyi, the chairman and chief executive officer, acknowledged a lapse in internal controls at the $68 billion-asset company, particularly in the Eastern European division.

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