Bank towers dominate Charlotte’s skyline. At left: One Wells Fargo, formerly owned by Wachovia. At right: Bank of America’s headquarters tower.
Bank towers dominate Charlotte’s skyline. At left: One Wells Fargo, formerly owned by Wachovia. At right: Bank of America’s headquarters tower. DIEDRA LAIRD Staff Photographer
Bank towers dominate Charlotte’s skyline. At left: One Wells Fargo, formerly owned by Wachovia. At right: Bank of America’s headquarters tower. DIEDRA LAIRD Staff Photographer

Goodbye bragging rights: Charlotte’s no longer the No. 2 U.S. banking center

May 23, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED May 24, 2017 03:22 PM

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