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How Major Chinese Banks Help Sell Knock-Offs
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Stonegate Bank's Pompano Beach, Fla., location, shown here, announced it is setting up a correspondent banking relationship with a Cuban financial institution. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Little Florida Bank Goes Where Behemoths Fear To Tread: Cuba
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Mark Patterson, owner of PATCO Construction in Sanford, Maine, said his company lost more than $500,000 to cyberfraud. John Ydstie/NPR hide caption

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When Cyberfraud Hits Businesses, Banks May Not Offer Protection
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President Obama signs the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul bill in Washington on July 21, 2010. Five years later, debate over the effectiveness of the legislation continues. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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5 Years Later, Legacy Of Financial Overhaul Still Being Weighed
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Pensioners queue outside a national bank branch in Athens on Thursday. Greek banks are running out of cash and the situation poses further danger to the economy, analysts say. Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Debt Crisis Puts The Squeeze On Greece's Banks
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Earlier this year, the European Central Bank, headed by Mario Draghi, launched a bond-buying program to drive down interest rates and boost borrowing. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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When Rates Turn Negative, Banks Pay Customers To Borrow
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Richard Cordray, head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, wants payments to catch up with real-time life. Josep M Suria/iStockphoto hide caption

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Why Slow Electronic Payments Can Cause Cash Flow Problems
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To protect against fraud, U.S. banks will be issuing credit cards with small computer chips. But some experts say using a PIN to complete a transaction is more secure than a signature. iStockphoto hide caption

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U.S. Credit Cards Tackle Fraud With Embedded Chips, But No PINs
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La Roca restaurant in Nogales, Mexico, draws a mix of American tourists and locals. It used to have an American bank account and credit card until the bank closed the account. Jude Joffe-Block/KJZZ hide caption

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Border Businesses Lose Bank Accounts Amid Money-Laundering Fears
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Participants in an ethical hacking contest at a Swiss security conference in Geneva in March. So-called bug bounty programs are becoming very popular in Silicon Valley's high-tech sector. Salvatore Di Nolfi/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Banks Reluctant To Use 'White Hat' Hackers To Spot Security Flaws
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A money changer sits behind piles of banknotes in Hargeisa in Somaliland, an autonomous, relatively peaceful region in northern Somalia. The self-declared nation of Somaliland, like Somalia itself, lacks a formal banking system, and residents rely on hawaladars to receive money from abroad. Simon Maina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Wire Transfer Options Dwindle, Somali-Americans Fear A Lost Lifeline
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EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia announces fines against eight large banks, in a scandal over rigging interest rates. Georges Gobet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This photo dated October 24th, 1929, shows a view of people rushing to a saving bank in Millbury, Massachusetts as the stock market on Wall Street crashed, sparking a run on banks that spread across the country. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Three Ways To Stop A Bank Run
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