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  2. Bank of America Merrill Lynch Receives Multiple ... - AOL

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    Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Broadcort and their logos are trademarks of Bank of America Corporation and/or its affiliates. Visit the Bank of America newsroom for more Bank of America news....

  3. Street Wire: Merrill Lynch Starts Online Brokerage

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    The Merrill Lynch division of Bank of America ( BAC) is starting an online brokerage, and stocks in TDAmeritrade ( AMTD) and Charles Schwab ( SCHW) each fell when the news came out. Customer...

  4. 10 Best Online Brokerages With Strong Trading Capabilities - AOL

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    Merrill Edge is the online brokerage side of venerable Merrill Lynch, now a Bank of America company. ... retirement account, managed or guided account and college education investing account ...

  5. Bank Accounts To Grow Your Generational Wealth - aol.com

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    The firm also offers a robo-advisory service, dubbed Merrill Guided Investing, that clocks in at a 0.45% annual fee. Overall, the bank strikes a careful blend of in-branch, full-service ...

  6. Merrill (company) - Wikipedia

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    Merrill (officially Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated ), previously branded Merrill Lynch, is an American investment management and wealth management division of Bank of America. Along with BofA Securities, the investment banking arm, both firms engage in prime brokerage and broker-dealer activities.

  7. Bank of America: Inside America's Most-Hated Bank

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    It's so expensive, in fact, that most large banks actually lose money on the typical customer account. According to research firm Moebs Services, the average checking account cost a bank $349 in...

  8. Teleport Communications Group - Wikipedia

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    Teleport Communications Group ( TCG) was the first competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) in the United States. It was founded in 1985 to compete with New York Telephone Company using fiber optics, and expanded to other major cities. The company was acquired by AT&T in 1998. History