Bank of America to cut more jobs in Mass.
Almost 200 positions at 2 locations in the state to be eliminated next year
Bank of America Corp., which is in the process of streamlining operations around the country, plans to eliminate nearly 200 jobs at two Massachusetts facilities next year. The bank, which has roughly 7,000 workers in the state, said it plans to close a Dorchester call center at the end of January and a check-processing facility in Malden in the fall. The bank, the largest in Massachusetts, said it will make every effort to help workers find other positions within the company.