AUSTIN, Texas Banks are failing to give customers what they want, and that disappointment jeopardizes their business models, some industry executives say.
"Customer expectations are shifting dramatically," said Jim Smith, executive vice president of virtual channels at Wells Fargo. "They are not being shaped by peer-competitor banks. They are being shaped by Apple. They are being shaped by Google. They are being shaped by Amazon.
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