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Wells Fargo fires 5,300 workers for putting customers' money into phony accounts

One of America’s biggest banks issued an apology along with a $190 million payout over a widespread fraud involving more than 5,000 bonus-chasing employees to create phony credit and checking...

September 08, 2016

US Bank launches new 'safe' account to meet needs of those without a bank

U.S. Bank wants people who aren’t using a bank to start. The Minnesota-based financial institution announced its Safe Debit Account Monday, which is geared towards the millions of people who...

August 22, 2016


The Quest For Capital

Where can companies find money to grow?

June 29, 2016

Cash Flow

Cash Flow Is King

Early-stage companies seeking loans should remember that bankers expect more than great entrepreneurial ideas.

April 29, 2016


Wells Fargo Sheds Dozens Of Jobs In The Twin Cities

The layoffs are due to fewer cases of mortgage delinquency and foreclosures around the nation.

February 05, 2016


Local Lenders Are Banking On A Durable Economy

Local lenders offer an optimistic outlook for 2016.

January 27, 2016


Minnesota’s Two Largest Banks Edge Past Expectations In Fourth Quarter

Both U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo posted earnings per share that beat out analyst expectations.

January 15, 2016

The Big Know

The Big Know Raises $3M In Funding Round

The money will be used to beef up the education startup’s roster of talent and technological upgrades.

January 11, 2016


Stillwater Investment Adviser Charged With $2.5M Theft From Clients

Prosecutors believe he used the money for “personal expenses” and “to make Ponzi-type payments.”

December 23, 2015

Q&A: How Will The Fed’s Rate Hike Affect Markets And Consumers?

The hike is slight and it might take some time before consumers see any major changes.

December 18, 2015

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