In April 2000, Bruce Marks, CEO of the Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America, was turned away by Massachusetts State Police and security guards outside a room where FleetBoston shareholders were meeting in Boston. A group of protesters, upset over increased banking fees which will affect thousands of BankBoston customers whose accounts are being switched over to the merged bank, picketed outside the room.
In April 2000, Bruce Marks, CEO of the Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America, was turned away by Massachusetts State Police and security guards outside a room where FleetBoston shareholders were meeting in Boston. A group of protesters, upset over increased banking fees which will affect thousands of BankBoston customers whose accounts are being switched over to the merged bank, picketed outside the room. CHARLES KRUPA AP
In April 2000, Bruce Marks, CEO of the Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America, was turned away by Massachusetts State Police and security guards outside a room where FleetBoston shareholders were meeting in Boston. A group of protesters, upset over increased banking fees which will affect thousands of BankBoston customers whose accounts are being switched over to the merged bank, picketed outside the room. CHARLES KRUPA AP