Bank of America today launched new mobile banking products and service enhancements including Mobile Check Deposit, Person-to-Person Email and Mobile Transfers and Mobile App Alerts.
Bank of America has begun rolling out EMV chip credit cards to consumers, citing the increased acceptance and security offered by the technology for international travellers.
TSYS today announced that it has finalized a master services agreement, with a minimum six year term, with Bank of America to provide processing services for its consumer credit card portfolios in the U.S.
US regulators have published details of banks' plans for living wills, including information on how the organisations' IT systems will cope if they are shut down or broken up.
A Detroit man who took advantage of a Bank of America glitch to withdraw $1.5 million he didn't have from ATMs and gamble it away in casinos is facing a jail term.
Bank of America and Wells Fargo have gone live with the clearXchange person-to-person payments platform, which enables users to send and receive payments through online and mobile banking using just an e-mail address or mobile phone number.
Just a day after Australia's Westpac reported one million users for its mobile banking apps, US behemoth Bank of America wades in with news that it has passed the 10 million milestone.
MacroSolve, Inc., a leading provider of mobile technologies, apps and solutions for business, today announced its latest patent infringement suits filed against AOL, Inc., and Bank of America Corporation. MacroSolve's suit claims that both companies infringed upon its U.S. Patent No. 7,822,816.
Bank of America chief information officer Marc Gordon has quit, to be replaced by consumer banking executive Laurie Readhead.
Fifteen large corporations today announced that thousands of small businesses have a new way to do business with them, giving them access to the $300 billion that these corporations spend annually on goods and services.
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