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If your bank closed or sold some of its branches last year, you weren’t alone. In fact, the total number of bank branches in the U.S. declined in 2011, after years during which the number of bank locations expanded. Still, the drop in branch locations didn’t stop some banks from expanding their reach or adding
Online and mobile banking might be all the rage, but young people still conduct banking transactions at bank branches as well. That’s according to a recent report, “Maximizing Financial Relationships with Gen Y,” by Synergistics Research, a financial services marketing research company in Atlanta. The report found that branches and ATMs still account for a
This week Bank of America became the latest large bank to announce mass layoffs in an attempt to cut costs and improve profitability. From Dan Fitzpatrick at The Wall Street Journal: Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Brian Moynihan announced a $5 billion cost-pruning plan that includes 30,000 job cuts. Bank of America will cut