The longtime chairman of Brookline Bancorp in Massachusetts resigned late last month after his board voted to reject a buyout offer, but he did not leave quietly.

The $2.5 billion-asset company said that Richard P. Chapman Jr. had resigned after the board's decision to endorse the new chief executive's plan to remain independent. Chapman had given up his role as chief executive a year earlier.

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