Mellon Bank Corp. said Friday that it would sell its mortgage, credit card, and transaction processing businesses to devote more resources to its highly profitable mutual fund and investment management operations.

The $50.4 billion-asset Pittsburgh banking company said it would plow proceeds of the sales into growth businesses, acquisitions, and share buybacks. The card portfolio is expected to fetch the highest premium-an estimated $250 million.

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