May 22, 2015

Wells Fargo CEO: Three tips for college graduates

CEO John Stumpf told University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management graduates to embrace change, cultivate knowledge, and “never give up your love of learning.” Watch the CEO’s commencement address.
May 18, 2015

Wow! Two decades of banking online

Years after Wells Fargo became the first bank to offer customers online access to their accounts, 26 million customers can’t imagine their financial lives without the convenience of online banking.
May 14, 2015

First Tee golfer has ‘walk to remember’ with Rory McIlroy

Sixteen-year-old Grace Vaughan of Chesnee, South Carolina, got the thrill of a golfer’s life when she played in the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am May 13 with popular PGA TOUR star Rory McIlroy.
May 7, 2015

Month of May: It’s time for bikers to put the pedal to the metal

Wells Fargo team members bike to work for fitness and as a “greener” way to commute. Cyclists around the U.S. will take part in the National Bike Challenge, which runs from May 1 to Sept. 30.
An ice cream vendor pedals along walking trail
Our Communities
May 19, 2015

Once an abandoned lot, walking trail revives a community

The community of West Modesto, California, raised more than $1 million to transform an abandoned, hazardous strip of land used by children as a shortcut to get to school into a much-loved and much-used walking trail.
Wells Fargo volunteers help in the community garden of McCreesh Place, which provides housing for the chronically homeless
Our Communities
May 5, 2015

‘A place to call home’ for the chronically homeless

McCreesh Place provides housing for the homeless in Charlotte, North Carolina — including a garden where residents and volunteers grow vegetables to supplement meals.
Michelle Huie started  Vim & Vigr, a compression sock company
Your Success
April 29, 2015

These are not your grandma’s compression socks!

Michelle Huie’s aching legs sparked an idea that became Vim & Vigr — a business that brings fashion flair to compression socks.
Stationary bicycles
April 23, 2015
Our Values

Cycling for fitness, camaraderie — and new cancer treatments

Stationary bikers raise money to fund research for rare cancers and to honor loved ones by participating in Cycle for Survival.
U.S. Sugar Corporation is  the largest producer of cane sugar in the U.S.
April 23, 2015
Your Success

Helping an agriculture company find its sweet spot

Wells Fargo helps the largest producer of cane sugar in the U.S. successfully manage its seasonal business demands.
EyeVerify is getting help from the Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator
April 22, 2015
Your Success

Revolutionizing passwords, one selfie at a time

The startup company EyeVerify wants to “get rid of the password” for logging in to devices, and it has help from Wells Fargo’s Startup Accelerator program.
Wells Fargo’s Senior Housing Finance group
April 21, 2015
Your Success

‘Peace of mind’ for aging loved ones

Changing demographics are one reason Wells Fargo’s Senior Housing Finance team focuses on companies like Aegis Living — an operator of assisted living and memory care facilities.
Representatives of Wells Fargo Dealer Services and the Arbor Day Foundation discuss tree saplings
April 21, 2015
Our Values

1,000,000 trees and counting, with EcoMind

A Wells Fargo Dealer Services product, EcoMind, helps the environment in two ways: insuring car parts that reduce emissions, and planting trees in partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation.
Volunteers spent one day preparing  a school garden in Texas.
April 20, 2015
Our Communities

Preparing garden space and sowing seeds for learning — all in a day!

Volunteers spent one day topping a pergola, preparing beds, and sowing seeds so a Texas elementary school can have a hands-on learning garden.