Tapping what it says will be a new source of fee income, Fifth Third Bank has announced a program to help companies rid themselves of shareholders who hold small amounts of stock.

The first company in the program is Armco Inc., the Pittsburgh-based steel company, which has 16,000 so-called odd-lot shareholders, investors who hold fewer than 100 shares of the company's stock.

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