Bank of America is committing to investing $200 million in Black and Hispanic-owned businesses as part of a $1 billion initiative to address racial and economic inequities. The bank said it will commit $50 million to minority depository institutions and another $50 million will be split between jobs and community initiatives in Black and Hispanic communities.
BofA commits $200 million to Black, Hispanic businesses
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