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Wells Fargo still in talks with BofA’s Cathy Bessant as its options narrow

More than 100 days into Wells Fargo’s hunt for a chief executive, the field of potential candidates has winnowed — but there’s little sign that...
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A digital convergence: Where Bank of America, Disney and Old Spice overlap

AUSTIN, Tex. — On its face, how Disney and Bank of America approach the digital experience of customers would appear to vary greatly. One is...
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Wells Fargo ‘irresponsible’: Dimon blasts rival on lack of CEO plan

JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon blasted Wells Fargo on Tuesday for what he characterized as the bank’s lack of preparation prior to the departure...
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‘Look up, there’s no glass ceiling’: State Street’s Hannah Grove

Hannah Grove issued a call to action at the outset. The chief marketing officer at State Street Corp. kicked off American Banker’s LEAD conference in...
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How will the next generation of women lead?

They’re millennials, though they swear they’re not. They build bridges between their younger millennial counterparts and senior colleagues, and between cultures. They believe in overexplaining,...
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The Most Powerful Women in Banking: Next

Get ready to meet 15 women — ages 40 and under — whose accomplishments and influence set them apart. This extension of our Most Powerful...