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Topic - Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo & Co. has agreed to pay $62.5 million to settle class action claims over a largely defunct retirement program that was managed out of Minneapolis.
Ex-House Speaker Gordon Fox has been subpoenaed in the 38 Studios lawsuit for records related to his involvement in the loan guarantee program under which the company got a $75 million state-backed loan.
J.B. Holmes was a 3-foot putt away from winning the Wells Fargo Championship when he backed away to size up the situation.
Rory McIlroy is hoping history repeats itself.
Federal and local authorities are investigating if two bank robberies that occurred in Albuquerque are related.
Brendon de Jonge never expected to be playing this weekend at the Wells Fargo Championship after shooting 80 in the first round.
An Atlanta man has been sentenced to four years and nine months in federal prison for participating in a fraud ring that stole more than $260,000 from Wells Fargo bank customers in Virginia and South Carolina.
A Minnesota man who was fired from his job after a background check provided erroneous information to his employer will be allowed to proceed with a lawsuit against the company that conducted the background check.
The judge hearing the 38 Studios litigation ruled Thursday that a defendant who was inadvertently given a privileged document by an attorney in Gov. Lincoln Chafee's office may not keep it.
From a sentencing in a double murder to more talk about a possible state constitutional convention, here are five things to know in Rhode Island:
Gov. Lincoln Chafee's office inadvertently turned over a privileged document to a defendant in the 38 Studios lawsuit, attorneys for Rhode Island's economic development agency said Friday in asking a judge to order copies of the document destroyed.
A New Mexico judge has issued a $3.2 million judgment against Wells Fargo & Co. for foreclosing on a man's home after his death, even though he had a purchased an insurance policy through the bank that would have paid the remaining balance on his mortgage.
Allen Iverson's number was immortalized in the rafters at Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night. Watch the video of it being raised here.
About 80 Des Moines-area workers will lose jobs as part of Wells Fargo's latest round of layoffs.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has rejected shareholder proposals from New York's comptroller that would have asked two major banks to disclose which employees are capable of exposing them to major losses because of their portfolios and bonus incentives.