Even after nearly 60 years as an active musician, Paul McCartney is still one of the most prolific touring artists. The former Beatle just announced his first U.S. arena date of 2015: Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center on June 21st. It will be his first show in the city since 2010. McCartney, who is...
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Plenty of people of all stripes have been known to greet bacon with a firm "hallelujah," especially on hungover Sundays. But one group in particular means their praise quite literally: adherents of The United Church of Bacon. That's right: There's actually an organization dedicated to the worship of cured, smoked pork belly. Show More Summary
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"We're going to be your new mommies."
In a touching new ad set to start running on Monday, banking and financial services firm Wells Fargo features a lesbian couple practicing sign language as they prepare to meet the deaf girl they plan to adopt. Adweek reports: It's.....
BBDO launched a new campaign for Wells Fargo with an emotional ad about adoption. The 60-second spot, entitled “Learning Sign Language” stars a real life lesbian couple learning sign language. At the end of the ad it is revealed they’re learning sign language because they’re an adopting a girl who is deaf (played by a girl who is deaf in real life). Show More Summary
With the launch of a new campaign from BBDO, Wells Fargo is leaning into the advertising—and societal—trend of embracing same-sex couples. A year after Droga5 featured a male couple with a baby in an ad for Honey Maid, the second largest U.S. Show More Summary
Like the media reviews of SC Johnson and Wells Fargo, Coca-Cola's U.S. contest is a roster-shops-only affair. Incumbent Starcom is competing against three agencies that handle Coke business overseas: MediaCom, Carat and UM, according to sources. Show More Summary
Where have all the mortgage borrowers gone? Apparently, not to Bank of America, or Wells Fargo!
Cuts are said to be going down today.
US conglomerate seen likely to sell its biggest lending operation to Wells Fargo.
General Electric, refocusing on its industrial roots, is in talks to sell its $74 billion commercial lending unit to Wells Fargo. ||| New York - General Electric, refocusing on its industrial roots, is in talks to sell its $74 billion commercial lending unit to Wells Fargo, the fourth-largest US bank, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Show More Summary
Last year Julia graced the field and sidelines of the Wells Fargo Center as a Philadelphia Soulmate. This year Julia is back at Soul games, but this time as the “red hat.” The TV director will communicate to her via the headset and then she has to relay the information [...]
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News US ports are preparing to accept massive cargo ships once the $5.25 billion expansion of the Panama Canal is complete next year. And, General Electric is considering selling its entire $74 billion US commercial and leasing portfolio to Wells Fargo. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - General Electric Co is in early-stage talks with Wells Fargo about selling the bank its entire $74 billion U.S. commercial lending and leasing portfolio, according to a source familiar with the situation. The source asked not to be identified because the talks are confidential. Show More Summary
The United Church of Bacon, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, is claiming their rights were a victim of discrimination at the hands of Wells Fargo Bank. John Whiteside, a retired pilot with United Airlines and a former combat pilot, visited...Show More Summary
Some homeowners who were wrongly denied mortgage assistance from Wells Fargo will soon receive the help they needed years ago after a federal judge ruled this week that the bank’s denial of modifications were in breach of a 2010 settlement involving adjustable-payment mortgages. Reuters reports that the U.S. Show More Summary
Gold prices have shown a little bit of pluck in April after logging declines in March and February. Lisi Niesner/Bloomberg News An employee pours molten fine gold from a crucible into an ingot mold during gold bar production in Vienna, Austria. But Wells Fargo warns not to get overly optimistic because the fundamental picture for [...]