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Wells Fargo's fake-account scandal continues to haunt the big bank, exacerbating headaches caused by shrinking interest rates.
The Wells Fargo stagecoach veered off into a ditch more than three years ago. Now it's up to Charlie Scharf to finally get it out.
Wells Fargo has hired an outsider to clean up its broken culture, three years after a reputation-tarnishing series of scandals erupted.
Wells Fargo is paying the Navajo Nation $6.5 million to settle allegations the bank preyed on the Native American tribe by using shady sales tactics.
When Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, a California law professor named Katie Porter -- who had been expecting to join Clinton's transition team to advise on housing policy -- thought she would sit the next four years out of government.
Eduardo Peña and his wife moved out of Chicago last year to start a family together.
Citigroup was one of the hardest hit U.S. banks during the 2008 financial crisis. But it's the king of Wall Street so far this year.
SunTrust is the fourth major US bank to end its business relationships with owners of immigrant detention centers on the border between the United States and Mexico.
An online bank backed by Leonardo DiCaprio is luring hundreds of thousands of Wells Fargo's customers by promising to be the opposite of the scandal-tarred big bank.
One of the first questions for Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway's shareholder meeting Saturday was about why he's been relatively quiet about Wells Fargo's scandals.