Huntington to repay TARP's $1.4 billion | The Columbus Dispatch

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Huntington Bancshares has said all along that it would repay the federal bank-bailout money it received during the financial crisis as soon as the stumbling economy settled down and the company became solidly profitable again.
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Obozo the Clown

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Why would anyone with a choice, choose Huntington?

Ask any business owner in Central Ohio who has banked with Huntington.

They are not what they used to be.

Arlington Bank is a wonderful bank that employs adults that know what they are doing.
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