Wells Fargo Isn't The Only Bank With Fake Accounts, Regulators SayWells Fargo isn't the only bank where heavy sales pressure led employees to open fake accounts.
Despite Woes, Wells Fargo Gives CEO Sloan $4.6 Million RaiseWell Fargo's board of directors gave CEO Tim Sloan a $4.6 million raise last year, despite the bank continuing to face the fallout of its sales-practices scandal and a multitude of other issues.
Wells Fargo Stock Tumbles After Harsh Penalty From FedWells Fargo stock is tumbling after the Federal Reserve's unprecedented punishment of the bank.
Trump Vows To Punish Wells Fargo For 'Bad Acts'President Trump has a message for Wells Fargo: We're not letting you off the hook.
More Wells Fargo Workers Allege Retaliation For WhistleblowingMore former Wells Fargo employees allege they were fired after they tried to blow the whistle on shady activity at the bank.
California Treasurer Continues Sanctions On Wells FargoSanctions imposed by California State Treasurer John Chiang on Wells Fargo Bank for establishing up to 3.5 million bogus accounts will remain in place for a second year.
Bill Could Let California Consumers Take Wells Fargo To CourtA bill that could require Wells Fargo to go to court over its fake accounts scandal has been signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
Wells Fargo CEO Faces Angry Congress 1 Year After Scandal BrokeWells Fargo’s chief executive faced an angry Congress on Tuesday, saying yet again that the bank remains “deeply sorry” for its previous sales practices.
$142 Million Wells Fargo Account Scandal Settlement Gets Preliminary ApprovalWells Fargo has received preliminary approval to pay out $142 million to customers affected by the bank's sales practices scandal.
Wells Fargo Board Faults 'Aggressive Sales Culture' In Account ScandalAn investigation into sales practices at Wells Fargo has blamed the bank's most senior management for creating an "aggressive sales culture."
Wells Fargo Paying $110 Million In Lawsuit Over Fake Accounts ScandalWells Fargo says it will pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to 2 million accounts its employees opened for customers without getting their permission.
New Wells Fargo CEO Apologizes To Employees For ScandalNewly appointed Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan has told employees that he is "sorry for the pain" that the bank's employees have felt as a result of the company's sales practices scandal.