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U.S. Bank closes U.C. Davis branch because of 'Occupy' protesters

The Minneapolis-based bank closed a branch at the University of California-Davis campus because of "several weeks of business interruption" that a spokeswoman said threatened the safety of employees and customers.
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The Minneapolis-based bank closed a branch at the University of California-Davis campus because of "several weeks of business interruption" that a spokeswoman said threatened the safety of employees and customers.

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