Bank of America is challenging a U.S. Labor Department decision that the lender discriminated against black applicants more than 20 years ago and must make about $1 million in total payments to those individuals. Here a man walks by an ATM outside the bank’s Charlotte headquarters.
Bank of America is challenging a U.S. Labor Department decision that the lender discriminated against black applicants more than 20 years ago and must make about $1 million in total payments to those individuals. Here a man walks by an ATM outside the bank’s Charlotte headquarters. Chris Keane Bloomberg
Bank of America is challenging a U.S. Labor Department decision that the lender discriminated against black applicants more than 20 years ago and must make about $1 million in total payments to those individuals. Here a man walks by an ATM outside the bank’s Charlotte headquarters. Chris Keane Bloomberg

Bank of America sues Labor Department over ruling on black job applicants

May 24, 2016 10:17 AM