Bank of America customer Mary Jones, 86, is among those upset by the lender's move to end drive-up teller service at its 2249 Beatties Ford Road branch. To offset the loss of that service, the bank says it plans to install a drive-up ATM that will allow customers to converse via video with tellers in call centers during and after normal banking hours.
BofA customer reacts to closure of teller lanes
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Charlotte branch of The Federal Reserve ranks high in cash processing
Bank of America gives $565,000 to help Charlotteans rise out of poverty
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BofA Shareholder's Breakup Proposal Fails
Zion Williamson picks a college
Women's voices resonate in signs displayed for march in Charlotte
Huge crowds at Charlotte Women's March 2018
Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles and marchers sing: We Shall Overcome
Charlotte Women's March participants talk about their signs
Pro-life supporter yells at Charlotte Mayor, gets shut down by Women's March crowd
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf faced another round of questioning Thursday by the House Financial Services Committee over his bank's creation of fake accounts. "I am fully accountable for all unethical sales practices in our retail banking business," Stumpf said.
Bank of America announced Monday that, for the second week in a row, it’s party to a $500,000 investment to help Charlotte tackle its ranking as the city least likely to see low income people seldom rise out of poverty.
The $565,000 in donations unveiled Monday are going to 16 nonprofits working through education and workforce development, including colleges, charities and veterans groups.
Bart Naylor, a Bank of America shareholder, talks on May 6, 2015, about the defeat of his proposal to have the bank study ways to break itself up. The proposal failed to win enough shareholder support to pass at the bank's annual meeting, which was held at the Charlotte Marriott SouthPark.
Flip Benham a minister and national leader of the Concord, NC based Operation Save America yells at Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles as she addresses the Women's March crowd at First Ward Park in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Lyles quickly addressed the situation pointing out that whenever Benham appears before the Charlotte City Council, she does not interrupt him during his three minutes. The crowd then rose to Lyles support.
Participants of the Women’s March in Charlotte, NC turned MLK Blvd. into the boulevard of what democracy looks like in sea of faces, signs and chants at they neared Romare Bearden Park on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Jeff Sinerfirstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles and other participants in the Women's March began to sing, "We Shall Overcome," prior to beginning the march from First Ward Park to Romare Bearden Park in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, January 20, 2018.
The disappearance of Pulaski remains one of the nation’s most dramatic and deadly maritime disasters, partly because half on board died, but also because its passengers included some of the most prominent families in the southeast. Among those lost was New York Congressman William B. Rochester and six members of the Lamar family, then among the richest families in the southeast. The luxury steamship that went to the bottom of the Atlantic in 1838 with half its affluent passengers may have been found 40 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Blue Water Ventures International explains what they've found so far.