Big U.S. banks slashed 8,000 more jobs before tax-cut windfall

SEATTLE – America’s biggest banks just spent a week regaling shareholders about brighter days ahead, when tax cuts add billions of dollars to the firms’ annual profits. About 8,000 people are getting left behind. The nation’s six largest banks shrank their combined workforce at the fastest pace in two years during the final quarter of…

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