Bank of America Mobile Banking

Everyone loves to hate Bank of America — myself included.

I certainly don’t feel bad about it (especially when you see things like this), but as one of the country’s giant banks, they can clearly influence the way the market goes — from the negatives like fees to the positives like technology.

So as banking goes more and more mobile, Bank of America is obviously at the forefront of that trend. David Godsman, an executive at the Charlotte-based bank, recently participated in a Q&A with CharlotteObserver.com about their mobile banking strategy.

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About the author: Jason is the author of Automatic Finances: 17 Days to Your Financial Freedom, a guide to automated money management. He started investing thanks to a free lunch, and after finding out how he was getting the short end of the stick, he sought out how to do it right. More »

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