Wells Fargo Giving $2M Grant To Oakland-Based Small Business LenderWells Fargo will be giving a $2 million grant to Oakland-based small business lender on Monday morning, according to bank officials.
Wells Fargo Bottom Line Grows In Q1 Despite Shrinking Deposits, LoansWells Fargo's lending and deposits continue to shrink but the crisis-stricken bank managed to grow its bottom line during the first quarter.
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan Steps Down After Rocky TenureWells Fargo Chief Executive Tim Sloan is stepping down, effective immediately, after less than four years on the job.
San Jose Explores Creating Its Own Community BankThe city of San Jose is looking into the possibility of creating its own community bank, which would mostly be used for business services like paying contractors. 
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan Faces An Angry CongressCEO Tim Sloan's contentious hearing in front of the House Financial Services committee indicates that Wells Fargo isn't out of the dog house yet.
Wells Fargo Extends Hours As Outage Frustrates Customers For 2nd DayWells Fargo bank on Friday was attempting to recover from a massive outage that impacted online banking, mobile apps and ATMs, but many customers still reported issues for a second day.
Wells Fargo Reports Online Banking, Mobile App OutagesCustomers of San Francisco-based Wells Fargo bank are experiencing outages in online banking and mobile app services Thursday morning.
Wells Fargo Donates $3.25 Million for Camp Fire ReliefWells Fargo is donating $3.25 million to help residents and business affected by the deadly wildfire that leveled the Butte County town of Paradise.
Hampered By Scandals, Wells Fargo's Profits StagnateWells Fargo, the San Francisco-based consumer banking giant, said its fourth-quarter profits fell slightly on Tuesday as the bank remains restrained by federal regulators, who put a tight leash on it after years of scandals and missteps.
Wells Fargo Has Splurged On Stock Buybacks Since Fake-Accounts ScandalWells Fargo shelled out $7.4 billion to repurchase its stock in the third quarter, nearly triple what it spent the year before.
Wells Fargo Pays Fine, Drops Insurance License In CaliforniaWells Fargo has agreed to pay California $5 million to settle allegations that it opened insurance policies for its customers and charged them without their consent.