The financial crisis and the small-town American banker

Thursday, October 09, 2008

As huge banks topple, one after another on Wall Street, how are small neighborhood banks faring? The Takeaway talks with the head of Pleasants County Bank in the town of Saint Marys, West Virginia, about how his bank has been affected by the financial meltdown.
Guest: Mike Nelson, president and CEO of Pleasants County Bank in St. Marys, West Virginia

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