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Headlines for July 29, 2016

Dem Lawmakers Grapple with Calls to Bring Back Glass-Steagall

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Cost-Conscious Small Businesses Want Better Bank Tech

CFPB Debt Collection Plan Will Raise Compliance Costs, Banks Fear

Could Brexit Be a Boon for U.S. Commercial Lenders?

Trevor Burgess' Abrupt Departure Surprises Bank of the Ozarks

Blockchain Can Bring the Unbanked into the Global Economy

Three Ways to Think Less Like a Bank, More Like a Startup

Women in Banking: Taming Wall Street and Bill's Photo Op

2Q Results

The Bancorp Posts $31M Loss on Enforcement Consulting Costs

Green Bancorp in Texas Makes Progress Exiting Energy Lending

Middleburg Financial in Va. Taps New Chairman

'Challenger Bank' Fidor to Be Sold to French Bank

2Q Results

Loan Growth Trumps Energy Issues at Iberia

2Q Results

Acquisitions Weigh on Profit at TowneBank in Va.

Sunflower in Kan., Strategic Growth Bancorp in Texas to Merge

Square Adds Same-Day Bank Deposits for Merchants

Mastercard Wants to Avoid Visa-PayPal Drama

Merger Costs Chip Away at United Bankshares' 2Q Profit

2Q Results

CIT Profit Plunges on Reverse-Mortgage Problems

2Q Results

Fifth Third's Profit Climbs on Increased Construction Lending

Middlefield to Buy Liberty Bank in Ohio

Why Banking the Middle Class Is No Longer Profitable
Regulatory burdens (particularly the Durbin interchange cap), stubbornly low interest rates and a slow, expensive transition from branch to digital banking mean only the wealthy and the desperate are attractive customers, says Todd Baker of Broadmoor Consulting.