DETROIT -- The case of Stanford C. Stoddard has become an embarrassment the government would like to forget.

One of America's most visionary bankers, Mr. Stoddard was forced to resign as chief executive of Michigan National Corp. seven years ago and amid allegations he had misused $700,000 in company funds.

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