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21 HOURS AGO - Washington Business Journal

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Wells Fargo promotes Charlotte exec to top acquisitions role

Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE:WFC) has promoted Charlotte banker Julie Caperton as head of corporate development, a position responsible for managing the bank's acquisition and divestiture process. Caperton, who will be based in Charlotte, will support business leaders across Wells Fargo in her new job. She succeeds Bruce Helsel, who is retiring after 29 years with the San Francisco-based bank. ...

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21 HOURS AGO - Zacks Investment Research

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22 HOURS AGO - Washington Business Journal

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Local Wells Fargo exec Don Kendrick to retire

Don Kendrick, Wells Fargo Bank NA’s Southwest division manager, plans to retire in May after a 38-year career in financial services. The Austin-based Kendrick leads California-based Wells Fargo’s (NYSE: WFC) business banking in a region that includes Texas and New Mexico. The area's banks employ more than 500 Wells Fargo workers, according to a Friday news release. Wells Fargo is ...

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22 HOURS AGO - TheStreet

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When It Comes to Buying Stocks, Volatility Is an Investor’s Best Friend

  NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Stocks have had a rough week, with the broader market closing lower in each of the past four trading sessions. However, that's not stopping Scott Wren, senior global equity strategist at Wells Fargo Investment Institute, from recommending that investors stay long on equities.  In fact, too many investors aren't long enough. According to Wren, many ...

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23 HOURS AGO - Minneapolis Star-Tribune

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Ahead of USDA forecast, Wells Fargo ag experts see crop shift this year

Some Minnesota crop producers may switch to grow more soybeans because of low corn prices and high farming costs

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