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Organizers aiming to open a de novo just outside Charlotte say there's a need for a new community bank after several years of consolidation in the market.
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    Artificial intelligence is expected to bring financial services to millions, yet it could also make unethical decisions that unfairly deny credit and widen the divide between haves and have-nots, says Nicolas Economou of the nonprofit Future Society.
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    A community group has secured a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to probe banks’ small-business lending practices. It follows a 2017 pilot study in which the group found that white shoppers posing as business owners were three times more likely to be invited for follow-up appointments than their black counterparts and twice as likely to be offered help in completing loan applications.
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    It can be hard for bankers to carve out opportunities to tackle complex problems in today’s always-on culture, but it’s important for getting ahead.

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