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New Bancorp in New Buffalo, Mich., has hired Shawna Zawada as controller and principal financial officer, days after Russell Dahl resigned as chief financial officer.

Technology can be an excellent tool for solving problems, like the confidence gap in salary negotiations, which one startup is addressing. Research shows bots can fully oust millions of full-time workers from their jobs and Christine Duhaime says women in banking will lose if they don't step up to the opportunity. Also, Maureen Sherry, former Goldman banker Shauna Mei and Sam Polk talk about life after Wall Street.

Heather Cox is moving to USAA; female regulators are gaining prominence in the online lending conversation; and asset managers are still fighting sexism at work (but then again, who isn’t?).

Old Dominion National Bank in McLean, Va., has hired Stephanie Lykins-Harvey, formerly of Cardinal Bank in McLean, as director of retail banking.

The San Antonio-based bank announced Friday in a press release that it has named Cox its chief technology and digital officer, a newly created role that includes the oversight of information technology, digital strategy and operations, and experience design.

The $3.4 billion-asset company said in a press release that the division will offer a variety of SBA products.

Carrie Dolan steps down as CFO of Lending Club. All eyes are on Marissa Mayer's next move as the Yahoo-Verizon deal plays out — and speaking of women righting ships: Mary Hines talks about reviving Citi's loyalty program.

Patriot National Bancorp in Stamford, Conn., is in the market for a new chief executive.

The 30% Club's Brenda Trenowden talks about the need for more female role models in banking; Barbara Byrne and Sallie Krawcheck talk about successful women "rubbing people the wrong way"; and backers and advisers of the new movie Equity talk about being pregnant on Wall Street. Also Digital Asset Holdings staffs up with RBS and JPMorgan executives.

Digital Asset Holdings has hired a former RBS executive to be its chief financial officer. The hire was one of several new recruits the New York blockchain startup announced Tuesday.

The week Hillary Clinton made history for women by winning her party's presidential nomination, and newspapers everywhere featured her husband Bill in their front-page photos. (Go figure.) Fed governor Lael Brainard is being touted as a possible Clinton cabinet member. Sallie Krawcheck and Jenny Knott talk Wall Street then and now, and so does Barbara Byrne, whose stories you may find mirrored in the upcoming movie "Equity." U.S. Bancorp has family therapists for the ultra-rich. Plus, Claire Calmejane, Mary Callahan Erdoes and Beth Mooney.

The movie "Equity" about women on Wall Street (backed by Barbara Byrne and other industry women) is coming soon. The internet reacts to the 'Bro Talk' op-ed about Wall Street's objectification of women. The CFSI is pushing for a more holistic financial health metric. Jill Castilla is big on Pokemon Go and tweeting about it to lure people into the branch. Also, Sheryl Sandberg is rethinking parts of her "Lean In" philosophy.

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