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Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger arrives to begin the company's annual meeting in Omaha May 4, 2013.

‘Harvey Weinstein has done a lot for improving behavior’: Charlie Munger says finding bad people helps businesses and society

Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right-hand man, said that he is glad the scandals at Wells Fargo brought problems to light just as it was a good thing that Harvey Weinstein's behavior was brought to light.

BUFFETT: Wells Fargo committed the ‘cardinal sin’ — but we’re sticking by them

Despite Wells Fargo's ongoing account fraud controversy, Warren Buffett is sticking by his investment in the firm. The Berkshire Hathaway chief executive officer spoke at his firm's annual shareholder meeting.

Wells Fargo to pay $1 billion in fines for mortgage and auto lending abuses

The CFPB has been readying sanctions alongside the OCC, Wells Fargo's day-to-day regulator.
Boston is the frontrunner for Amazon's HQ2, according to Wells Fargo's AI technology.

These are the top 5 contenders for Amazon’s HQ2, according to Wells Fargo’s robot

Boston has the best chance of landing Amazon's HQ2, according to Wells Fargo's AI-based stock-picking services.

Citigroup climbs after beating expectations despite a $22 billion tax hit

Citigroup reported earnings on Tuesday at 8 am that beat Wall Street's expectations.

Bank stocks are mostly flat despite earnings beats

Several big banks released earnings this morning, but the news didn't spur much optimism on Wall Street.
Protestors run by a defaced sign at a Wells Fargo Bank during Occupy Oakland's general strike on November 2, 2011 in Oakland, California.

Trump says penalties for Wells Fargo mortgage-lending scandal could be ‘substantially increased’

President Donald Trump said that he could increase penalties against Wells Fargo for improper mortgage lending fees after reports the CFPB may back off.
Sen. Eliizabeth Warren

Congress just killed a rule that would have made it easier for consumers to sue banks — here’s why people are so upset

The Senate passed a bill on Tuesday killing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's forced-arbitration rule after a bitter fight between parties.
Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo beats on earnings, sets aside $1 billion for legal woes

Analysts will expect updates from Wells Fargo cost-reduction efforts as well as any new details on the firms ongoing legal inquiries and litigation.

Here are the top 5 banks offering the mobile banking features consumers say they want most

A ranking of top US banks according to the best mobile banking feature offerings.