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Citi Names Vanessa Colella Innovation Chief, Head of Citi Ventures

Colella will succeed Debby Hopkins, who is set to retire at the end of the year.

Citizens Building and Loan in Greer, S.C., will have a new president and chief executive next year. »
With 14 million trades a day on Nasdaq and innumerable chats and emails, the stock market's risk and surveillance officers can't look at everything. Enter artificial intelligence. »

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What it takes to excel goes far beyond the daily work a job entails. It's about having the courage to be who you are, stand up for what you believe in, overcome great adversity, and make the world better in a way that is uniquely yours. Here are four executives who have done just that.
Create a Ripple Effect: JPMorgan's Stacey Friedman
Be Like a Puffer Fish: Barclays' Barbara Byrne
Have the Courage to Believe: BBVA's Rosilyn Houston
Power Through Adversity: First United's Karen Glenn »

KeyCorp integrated First Niagara just a couple of months after the deal closed. CIO Amy Brady says coordination between business leaders and the tech team paved the way.

Johnson, 54, will succeed her father, Edward "Ned" Johnson, as chairman of the family-run firm in early December.

First Tennessee Bank in Memphis is giving veteran regional leader Pam Fansler an unusual retirement present: a chairmanship.

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen has promised to serve out her term heading the central bank until it expires in 2018, ending speculation that she could resign earlier and give President-elect Donald Trump another important appointment to make when he assumes office in January.
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Mary Jo White has stepped to the front of the line of financial regulators moving aside for Donald Trump's administration.

The last movie about female executives on Wall Street was "Working Girl" in 1983. The end of the movie left the audience feeling euphoric. But in creating the movie "Equity," we set out to explore — as authentically as possible — the experiences women have in this field, and the truths that we encountered in our interviews were not pretty.

To help ensure that women are included in digital banking's future, we must reach girls and young women at an earlier age than their college years to equip them with the IT tools they need to succeed in tomorrow's workforce.

The founder and president of Anthemis Group gets an early look at all types of fintech innovation. She's noticed that, no matter how different the ideas are, there is one underlying commonality in this sector: it's lacking something profound. Here are some small changes that could make a big difference.

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