SEC Joins Agencies Probing Beleaguered Wells FargoWells Fargo has confirmed the existence of an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission into its sales practices.
State Attorney General Launches Wells Fargo Criminal InvestigationCalifornia's attorney general has launched a criminal investigation of Wells Fargo in wake of a growing scandal over bank's sales practices.
After Scandal, Wells Fargo Faces Long, 'Lumpy' Road To RecoveryInvestors expect Wells to survive the recent scandal but the bank's recovery will be long and arduous.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Resigns In Wake Of Fake Accounts ScandalWells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will resign, effective immediately, in wake of scandal over bank's sales practices, the bank announced Wednesday.
Illinois Pulls $30 Billion In Business From Wells FargoIllinois state Treasurer Michael Frerichs suspended $30 billion in state investment activity with Wells Fargo on Monday, joining a swelling chorus of outrage over the phony accounts scandal.
Lawmakers Question Wells Fargo CEO On Sale Of Bank StockAngry lawmakers heaped another round of blistering criticism on Wells Fargo's CEO John Stumpf Thursday.
Judge Approves $1.2 Billion Wells Fargo Settlement In Mortgage CaseA judge in New York has given final approval to a deal calling for Wells Fargo Bank to pay $1.2 billion to the government to settle claims against it for improper mortgage lending practices.
Wells Fargo Sued, Accused Of Opening Accounts Without Customer KnowledgeA Wells Fargo customer is suing the bank, accusing it of deceiving customers by giving them new accounts and credit cards without their knowledge.
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California Credit Union Members Getting $18 Million Giveback GiftA Sacramento-based credit union said it will give back $18 million to more than 500,000 of its members statewide.
Apple Pay Allegedly Double-Charged Bank Of America CustomersSome Bank of America customers are claiming they're been double-charged on transactions made using Apple Pay.
ConsumerWatch: Banks Agree To Pay $8.5B For Foreclosure AbuseU.S. banks have taken another step to clear away the wreckage of the 2008 financial crisis by agreeing to pay $8.5 billion to settle charges that they wrongfully foreclosed on millions of homeowners.