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Eye On America (Bigger Banks / Poorer Service) #384057

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 11, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Henniker, New Hampshire: Ray Brady) Poorer service from banks after mergers examined; scenes shown from Henniker, New Hampshire. [Henniker businessman Dave REYNOLDS - says big banks have lost touch with small businesses; says larger banks are costing him business; says a teller printed profanity on a receipt.] [Patty EDMONDS - talks about the old Valley Bank.] [Henniker businessman Bucky FRANK - says smaller banks were not afraid to loan to local people.] [Bank president William RYAN - says his company has banks in four states; says he does not believe that the receipt incident happened as it was told.]

Reporter(s):
Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:50

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