Reuters A former Bank of America analyst charged over $20,000 to his corporate card at an "adult venue," a complaint from the securities industry self-regulator FINRA filed Friday alleges. The former employee still has not paid the firm back and said that his card was stolen, the complaint said. But a recording of the employee phoning his corporate card's call center shows otherwise, the complaint alleged. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
JPMorgan Chase & Co said on Thursday it would commit $30 billion to address racial inequality over the next 5 years, marking one of the largest corporate pledges related to race since the death of George Floyd. Freddie Joyner has more.
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Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) shares have further selling pressure after a drop in Q3 net interest income and the current price stands around $24. When trading... Invezz Also reported by •SeattlePI.com •bizjournals •Finextra •FOX Sports