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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Sonia Mccormick
"When PNC decided to enter the greater Washington market, PNC knew this was a very competitive market and we were looking for a way to differentiate ourselves," said spokeswoman Sonia McCormick.
"Customers love being able to know that every ATM in the world is their own ATM," Ms. McCormick said. "People dislike paying for access to their own money."