Wells Fargo Glitch Leaves Customers With Empty Bank AccountsWells Fargo customers are being advised to check that their accounts to make sure they aren't experiencing issues as well.
Anti-Pipeline Protesters Chain Themselves To Duluth Wells FargoProtesters upset with Wells Fargo's financial backing of oil pipeline projects chained themselves to bank's doors in downtown Duluth.
Trump: Wells Fargo Fines Will Remain, And Possibly IncreasePresident Trump tweeted Friday that fines and penalties against Wells Fargo would not be dropped, and may actually be "substantially increased."
Wells Fargo Faces Protesters, Apologizes To Shareholders At Annual MeetingWells Fargo's top management and board of directors apologized to investors and faced a series of protesters Tuesday at the first big shareholder meeting since a scandal over sales practices led to an executive shake-up, fines and a dented reputation.
Wells Fargo Upgrading To Card-Free ATMsWells Fargo is upgrading all of its ATMs, so you can take out money without using a debit card.
Mille Lacs Band Divests From Wells Fargo Over Its DAPL SupportThe Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe has announced it is divesting from Wells Fargo, saying the bank’s “unacceptable corporate behavior” and financial support of the Dakota Access pipeline led to the decision.
TCF Bank Tops 2016 Consumer Complaint ListThe website LendEDU has ranked TCF National Bank as the worst bank of 2016, according to data compiled by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Mpls. City Council Mulls Severing Ties With Wells FargoThe city of Minneapolis is calling out Wells Fargo, saying they are looking into taking their business elsewhere.
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DAPL Protesters Close Accounts With Wells Fargo, US BankPeople across the country plan on closing their accounts with U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo as part of a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. That includes Twin Cities branches.
Wells Fargo CEO Steps Down Amid Sales ScandalWells Fargo's embattled CEO John Stumpf is stepping down as the nation's second-largest bank is roiled by a scandal over its sales practices.
Ellison Grills Wells Fargo CEO In Congressional HearingJohn Stumpf was called to answer questions before the House Financial Services Committee. The panel asked about illegal sales practices.