Bank One Corp.'s marketing guru of the 1970s and 1980s, John Fisher, introduced the revolutionary idea of building a complete "financial playground." He envisioned a time when customers would be drawn to an integrated financial service center for more than regular deposits or the occasional loan.

As Mr. Fisher saw it, the attraction to consumers and businesses alike would be of equal parts curiosity, one-stop convenience, information, and general retail excitement.

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