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A $6 billion lift

Bank of America doubles its commitment of funds to beloved and reviled lending activist Bruce Marks

By Sasha Talcott
Globe Correspondent / January 13, 2004

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When Bruce Marks sat down a decade ago with Bank of America's future chief executive, Hugh McColl, the Boston affordable lending activist did not mince words. "I think we have a home buyer's program that is top of the line, but we understand that all bankers are evil and all you care about is maximizing your profits at any cost," ... (Full Article: 988 Words)

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