TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson, right, talks to business students at UNC Charlotte on Wednesday.
TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson, right, talks to business students at UNC Charlotte on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of UNC Charlotte
TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson, right, talks to business students at UNC Charlotte on Wednesday. Photo courtesy of UNC Charlotte
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TIAA CEO sees growth in Charlotte, but likely more in other locations

February 01, 2017 06:04 PM

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