Conversant Tag
October 6, 2015

Brewery found its recipe for success early on — and stuck with it

Gary Fish started Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon, in 1988 as a brewpub. Today, the beer his national craft brewery produces is garnering awards and fans.
October 1, 2015

Lessons about credit: “If I only knew then . . . ”

Wells Fargo leaders share their own real-life lessons about improving credit education and using credit responsibly.
September 29, 2015

Film inspires young minds to hope of college

A documentary film called “First Generation” is opening the eyes of young people who aim to be the first in their families to graduate from college.
September 22, 2015

Entrepreneur’s business teaches life lessons through football

A former high school coach in Arizona founded Authority Football, a small business that helps athletes with football (and life) fundamentals.
Irv and Maryann Norton with Wells Fargo stagecoach model gift Our Values
October 6, 2015

Surprise! Stagecoach gift rolls into anniversary celebration

The Nortons of Peyton, Colorado, are longtime Wells Fargo customers — and received a handmade stagecoach model to mark 60 years of marriage.
Wells Fargo Teacher of the Year ATM campaign image of students raising their hands in a class Our Communities
October 1, 2015

Teacher of Year is ‘first person to see who I really am’

Blinded in childhood, Indiana Teacher of the Year Kathy Nimmer has helped students find joy in life and learning for 23 years.
Wells Fargo Salutes Veterans night poster and veteran at entrance Our Communities
September 22, 2015

An evening of learning and inspiration for Southern California veterans

Veterans in Orange County are better equipped to handle financial matters thanks to an ongoing effort involving several organizations.
Market moves graphic
September 15, 2015
Your Success

What a Fed rate hike would mean

As the Federal Reserve mulls its options, Darrell Cronk of the Wells Fargo Investment Institute reviews what higher interest rates might mean for savers, borrowers, and the economy.
Mixteca PDX is part of Portland’s Hispanic small business incubator
September 15, 2015
Your Success

Incubator finds right recipe for Hispanic entrepreneurs

Tamales and other tasty entrees are available at Mixteca PDX, a mobile eatery at Portland Mercado (a successful Latin microbusiness center in Oregon).
Nonprofit housing counselors talk about lessons learned as they have work to find housing for disaster victims
September 14, 2015
Our Communities

From disaster to comeback: Nonprofits boost devastated communities

After working to find housing for people faced with natural catastrophes, nonprofit housing counselors discuss lessons they learned from Hurricane Katrina and other disasters.
Three military veterans stand atop Mount Kilimanjaro
September 11, 2015
Our Values

Keep on climbing: Wounded veterans take on new challenge

A year after summiting California’s Mount Whitney as part of Soldiers to Summits, three wounded veterans came together to take on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain.
Puppy Jake Foundation trains service dogs for  veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder
September 10, 2015
Our Values

Serving veterans, one paw at a time

The Puppy Jake Foundation in Iowa provides injured veterans with trained service dogs — and a local Wells Fargo team member is helping out.
Fresh fruits and vegetables.
September 8, 2015
Your Success

Food supplier recalibrates its business post-recession

After the recession, a Pennsylvania food distributor chose to sharpen its focus on service — and found new ways to grow.