SAN FRANCISCO - Two of California's biggest banking companies recently announced separate deals aimed at changing their mix of loans and deposits and boosting their business.

Glendale Federal Bank, the country's sixth-largest thrift with $15.7 billion of assets, said Monday it had signed a definitive agreement to buy the lion's share of deposits and performing loans held by Union Federal Bank, a troubled thrift in Brea, Calif.

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