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    Charles ScharfQilai Shen | Bloomberg | Getty Images Wells Fargo was hit with a $250 million fine on Thursday from a banking regulator after it failed to properly execute a mortgage loss-mitigation program. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said that the bank engaged in "unsafe or unsound practices" tied to loan modification program. "Wells Fargo has not...
    In this article WFCCharles Scharf, chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co., listens during a House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesWells Fargo on Wednesday reported second-quarter earnings and revenue results that topped Wall Street's expectations as it continued to release funds it had set aside...
    Alex Chi, Goldman SachsSource: Goldman Sachs A year after the pandemic began in New York City, something snapped in Alex Chi. The 48-year-old Goldman Sachs banker had been inundated with articles and video clips of horrifying seemingly random attacks on Asian Americans in his home town. Then, in late March, eight people were gunned down in the Atlanta area —...
    A man on trial in Fargo reportedly killed himself Monday afternoon at a federal courthouse, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.   After his verdict trial at Quentin Burdick Courthouse in downtown Fargo, the man stood up and slit his throat with either a pen or plastic shank, VNL reports.  Law enforcement officers responded to 911 calls around 2 p.m....
    More On: golf Golf superstar barely ends miserable title drought ‘Whoops’: Star golfer’s flight gaffe sparks chaos How golf course creeps spy on Paige Spiranac Golf fail! Clubface flies off, hits neighbor’s car Rory McIlroy was saved by his tee time. McIlroy said on Sunday he nearly withdrew from the Wells Fargo Championship before the start of the tournament...
    (CBS Baltimore) — When the PGA Tour returned from its COVID hiatus last year, regular events drew major-level fields. It seemed everyone was just happy to be out on the course again. Players seemingly wanted to play as much as they could for as long as they could. That tailed off as golf showed itself to be adept enough at...
    Milley to Howard graduates: Your generation will make military truly inclusive of all Republicans and right-wing media use Facebook Oversight Boards Trump decision to claim bias Quail Hollow Club in suburban Charlotte has been a fairly regular stop on the PGA Tour since 1969. It was the site of the 2017 PGA Championship and future site of the 2022...
    The Monkees Announce 2-Month Long Farewell Tour with Stops Across North America Why you should avoid an 84-month auto loan Many of the world's top players will take on one of the PGA Tour's toughest courses when the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship tees off Thursday in Charlotte, N.C. Quail Hollow's tight layout, tree-lined fairways and brutal rough make it...
    Watch Ben Afflecks Bold Response After This Woman Allegedly Rejected Him on a Dating App Texas judge mulls whether to dismiss NRAs bankruptcy petition The 2021 Wells Fargo Championship will be the most star-studded tournament since the 2021 Masters as 10 of the top 15 players in the world are scheduled to compete. That includes four of the top...
    California man made pipe bombs, plotted attacks on Democrats to keep Trump in power, prosecutors allege Sanders, with mittens pic, raises $1.8 mn for charity Wells Fargo Bans Advisers From GameStop, AMC Recommendations (Bloomberg) -- Wells Fargo & Co. banned its advisers from making stock recommendations on GameStop Corp. and AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc., whose shares have surged on...
    Wells Fargo & Co has extended the ability to work from home for employees until at least March 1 amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, a spokeswoman for the bank said on Wednesday. "Through at least March 1, we will continue with our current operating model, which includes about 200,000 employees working from home and maintaining safety measures in locations that...
    FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Authorities say a drunk driver who was fleeing from police after driving the wrong way on a Fargo street was arrested after her vehicle became stuck in a cemetery. Police say officers tried to stop the 33-year-old driver at about 4:30 a.m. Saturday on the north side of town but she refused to pull over. Her...
    A trader walks by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on the first day that traders are allowed back onto the historic floor of the exchange on May 26, 2020 in New York City.Spencer Platt | Getty Images U.S. stock futures were flat on Wednesday night as traders continued to weigh the prospects for a coronavirus aid deal being reached...
    New York (CNN Business)The Department of Labor last week sent letters to Microsoft and Wells Fargo questioning whether the companies' commitments to increase the number of Black employees in their leadership ranks constitute race-based discrimination. As Corporate America reckoned with its role in the country's racial injustices following the death of George Floyd in late May, a slew of companies...
    NEW YORK -- Chris Rock admitted he was, "a little surprised" to be asked to join Season 4 of the "Fargo" TV series on FX, but the star told me he is, "always open to new things." He had a serious role years ago in "New Jack City," but this marks a new direction for his career.This is Rock like...
    Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf apologized Wednesday for his comments about diversity in the company. “There are many talented diverse individuals working at Wells Fargo and throughout the financial services industry and I never meant to imply otherwise,” Scharf said in a Wednesday statement according to Reuters. “Across the industry, we have not done enough to improve diversity, especially at...
    Getty The CEO of Wells Fargo claims the company is struggling to meet its diversity goals due to a lack of Black talent to pool from.  Chief Executive Charles Scharf made the comments during a Zoom meeting this summer. He also reiterated the assertion in a company-wide memo about diversity initiatives on June 18, per NBC News. “While it...
    Wells Fargo Chief Executive Charles Scharf exasperated some black employees in a Zoom meeting this summer when he reiterated that the bank had trouble reaching diversity goals because there was not enough qualified minority talent, two participants told Reuters. He also made the assertion in a company-wide memo June 18 that announced diversity initiatives as nationwide protests broke out following...
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