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March 5, 2015

At 91, condiment entrepreneur still has spice for life

Earl Fultz is taking on ketchup and other condiments with cHarissa ― a cumin-based condiment he wants to make famous in honor of his late wife, Gloria.
February 26, 2015

Dad’s segregation experience spurs banker to achieve

Chaquita Venable is seizing opportunities denied her dad, Clem, by the segregation and shutdown of public schools in his Virginia county over 50 years ago.
February 20, 2015

Every day is ‘Love your pet day’ at Grooming by Em

Emily Mansilla opened Grooming by Em to help keep dogs and cats healthy. But she also specializes in glitz, glam, and anything else to pamper them.
February 19, 2015

Radford Theatre revival keeps movie magic on Main Street

Opened in 1935, Virginia’s Radford Theatre nearly went dark in 2013. But Paul Pallante revived it by making the show much more than the movie.
Two Wells Fargo team members connected during a trip to Peru with Above and Beyond cancer Our Values
March 5, 2015

Two Wells Fargo team members connect ‘Beyond Cancer’ — in Peru

Two team members, who are cancer survivors, were once strangers despite working on the same floor. After a life-changing trip to Peru, they have formed a close relationship.
Wells Fargo’s electric vehicle charging program is expanding.
Our Values
February 24, 2015

Electric vehicle owners plug into charging at work

Wells Fargo is expanding its network of electric vehicle charging stations in 2015 as more team members drive electric vehicles to work.
The Wells Fargo History Museum is part the celebration marking the centennial of the 1915 world’s fair Our Communities
February 19, 2015

Exhibit explores 1915 World’s Fair in San Francisco

Time flies! A new Wells Fargo History Museum exhibit is part of a citywide celebration marking the centennial of the 1915 world’s fair.
Wells Fargo stagecoach outside the bank’s Philadelphia history museum
February 19, 2015
Our Communities

Wells Fargo history museums celebrate communities

From the dawn of commercial banking in the 1700s to 19th-Century Wild West adventures, Wells Fargo history museums reflect a 163-year legacy.
Skiers with disabilities
February 17, 2015
Our Communities

Skiers with disabilities conquer slopes at Wells Fargo Ski Cup

The Wells Fargo Ski Cup celebrates its 40th anniversary at Winter Park Resort Feb. 20–22 as skiers with disabilities again conquer mountains through sport.
Hearts in San Francisco
February 12, 2015
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Hospital shows it’s got heart

A local nonprofit auctions off heart sculptures to raise money for San Francisco General Hospital — and Wells Fargo contributes to the cause.
An agriculture program at Alaska Pacific University is increasing food security in Alaska by bringing fresh vegetables to residents who need them.
February 10, 2015
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Bringing more fresh produce to Alaskans’ tables

An agriculture program at Alaska Pacific University is increasing the number of farmers who bring fresh vegetables to residents who need them.
IM Pei’s firm built the Wells Fargo Center in Lincoln, Nebraska
February 10, 2015
Our Communities

A renowned architect’s influence in Lincoln, Nebraska

Wells Fargo Center, at the corner of 13th and O streets in Lincoln, Nebraska, was built by the firm of architect I.M. Pei in 1976.
Neighborhood revitalization for Memphis community
February 5, 2015
Our Communities

Memphis neighborhood getting a lift

Memphis's uptown neighborhood is being revitalized through a new approach from Habitat of Greater Memphis and grants from Wells Fargo.