Regulators: Wells Fargo Ordered To Pay Millions After Selling Dangerous Investments It Didn't UnderstandRegulators ordered the bank on Monday to pay mom-and-pop investors $3.4 million after its advisers recommended "unsuitable" investments known as volatility-linked products that were "highly likely to lose value over time."
Exclusive: Wells Fargo Employee Arrested On Charges Of Fraud, Identity TheftEast usually accessed the compromised accounts "from anywhere from five days before the fraudulent transaction to ten days after the fraudulent transaction," according to court documents.
Wells Fargo Testing Customer Service Bots Through Facebook MessengerIn an effort to meet people where they are, Wells Fargo is ramping up its development of artificial intelligence based technology.
Women At Wells Fargo 25 Percent More Likely To Lose Their Job: StudyA new NBER paper that finds female employees who engage in misconduct at Wells Fargo Advisors are over 25% more likely than their male counterparts to have lost their jobs.
Activists In Center City Take Stand Against Dakota Access PipelineThe bank is one of the investors in the project.
Philadelphia Youth Network Receives $100,000 GrantThe grant is part of a Wells Fargo's LIFT program which helps eligible homeowners with down payments.
Wells Fargo May Be Forced To Face Victims In CourtCongress just might come to the rescue of Wells Fargo fake account victims whose lawsuits the bank is trying to kill.
Wells Fargo Customer Account Openings Plunge 44%Wells Fargo experienced a dramatic customer backlash following the fake account scandal.
Wells Fargo CEO Walks With $130 MillionThose cheering the early exit of Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf may want to hold their applause.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf To Resign, Effective ImmediatelyWells Fargo CEO John Stumpf to resign, effective immediately, in wake of scandal over bank's sales practices.
Ex-Wells Fargo Worker Claims Intimidation Included Denial Of Bathroom BreaksHarassment, intimidation, even bathroom breaks denied. That's some of the "unconscionable behavior" a former Wells Fargo worker drove five hours to confront a bank executive about.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | September 30Chris discussed yesterday's NJ Transit crash in Hoboken, the Phillies plan to honor Ryan Howard and Donald Trump's latest rant against Alicia Machado. He spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the testimony of Wells Fargo's CEO before Congress at 7:00, comedians Justin Willman and Simon Taylor, who will be performing at Helium Comedy Club this weekend at 7:20 and CSN Philly's Ray Didinger to assess the Eagles 3-0 start at 8:00.