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In bid to branch out, online banks offer checking accounts

An E-Trade office in California. E-Trade's Rob Shenk , senior vice president of retail strategy and customer experience, says, 'Our long-term goal is maximizing longer relationships.' An E-Trade office in California. E-Trade's Rob Shenk , senior vice president of retail strategy and customer experience, says, "Our long-term goal is maximizing longer relationships." (Damian Dovarganes/Associated Press)
By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / March 25, 2007

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Online banks are pushing further into their brick-and-mortar competitors' territory with new checking accounts that offer higher interest rates without fees. (Full article: 578 words)

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