JPMorgan buys First Republic: Bank shares rise as deal reached
Shares of the major U.S. banks are in the green after JPMorgan Chase announced that it would pay $10.6 billion to the FDIC to buy most of First Republic Bank's assets.
How First Republic rescue, Silicon Valley Bank could cost Main Street America
In wake of recent issues with First Republic and Silicon Valley Bank, community bank leaders tell FOX Business that sharing the financial burden with larger institutions is unfair.
Direct deposits not showing up in some Wells Fargo customer accounts, here's why
Wells Fargo says that a "technical issue" is responsible for some customers not receiving direct deposit payments causing them to overdraft or see a zero balance.
Financial secrecy among biggest red flags in a partner, Wells Fargo says
It's important to keep an eye out for financial red flags in your partner before making important life decisions such as buying a home, according to Wells Fargo experts.
Wells Fargo agrees to pay $300M to settle shareholder lawsuit over auto insurance disclosures
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $300 million to settle a lawsuit brought by shareholders who claim the company pushed unneeded insurance policies on customers and hid it from investors.
Banks plan payment wallet to compete with PayPal, Apple Pay
One goal of the new service is to compete with third-party wallet operators such as PayPal Holdings Inc. and Apple Inc.’s Apple Pay, according to people familiar with the matter.
Goldman Sachs shares sink after brutal quarter
Investors are selling shares of Goldman Sachs after the bank reported a drop in quarterly profits.
Bank earnings beat expectations despite ‘headwinds’, JPMorgan CEO ‘prepared for whatever happens’
JPMorgan Chase, Citibank, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America earnings reports on Friday beat expectations
Wells Fargo suffered 50% profit loss during the fourth quarter
Wells Fargo suffered a 50% profit loss during the fourth quarter last year after a $3 billion penalty was assessed by a government agency for a six-year loan mismanagement scandal.
US banks get ready for shrinking profits and recession
Rising prices and higher borrowing costs have led consumers and businesses to curb spending, and since banks serve as economic middlemen, their profits decline when activity slows.
Mega Millions jackpot tops $1B: What to know if you win
Wells Fargo Advice & Planning managing director Emily Irwin’s do’s and don’ts if you win the billion-dollar Mega Millions drawing Tuesday night.
Wells Fargo VP arrested, fired for urinating on airplane passenger: report
Wells Fargo fired Vice President Shankar Mishra, who subsequently went on the run from authorities for almost a month and now faces multiple charges.
Disney will dump 'cash cow' ESPN and ABC in late 2023, Wells Fargo predicts
Wells Fargo bank analysts are predicting the return of Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger will lead to a spinoff of ESPN and ABC.
Wells Fargo will pay $3.7B for criminal mismanagement of loans
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has ordered Wells Fargo to pay $3.7 billion in compensation for illegally assessing fees and unlawful interest rate charges to its customers
Former Wells Fargo execs ordered to pay $18.5M over fake accounts scandal
A judge recommends three ex-Wells Fargo executives pay a combined $18.5 million in fines over their alleged roles in the mega-bank's fake accounts scandal.
Wells Fargo in $94M settlement over mortgage forbearance during pandemic
Wells Fargo agrees to a $94 million class-action settlement for allegedly forcing more than 200,000 customers into forbearance without their consent in violation of the CARES ACT,
Four large US banks increase dividends following annual stress tests
Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley increased their dividends on Monday after they cleared the Fed's annual stress test exercise last week.
Wells Fargo hits pause on diverse slate hiring policy after 'fake interview' debacle
Wells Fargo has hit pause on its diversity-focused hiring policy following a report that the company held "fake" job interviews of minority candidates.
Wells Fargo told to fix its risk-management practices
Wells Fargo & Co. must fix its governance and risk-management issues, the chairman of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee said, highlighting what he called a "laundry list" of consumer abuses and compliance breakdowns.
Wells Fargo accused of holding fake job interviews with minority candidates: report
Wells Fargo is being accused by a former executive of conducting fake job interviews with minority candidates for jobs that were already promised to another candidate.