Talk About Doing Well By Doing Good

In the spring of 1989, just months after he took over as chairman and chief executive officer of American Savings Bank, Mario J. Antoci took some heat from noisy picketers outside the Irvine (Calif.) thrift's Oakland branch. The protesters, led by low-income-housing advocate Robert Gnaizda, were charging American with redlining--making too few loans in low-income and minority communities.

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