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Franklin Graham And His Followers Have Epic Meltdowns Over Facebook Rainbow Filter

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

It can’t be easy being Franklin Graham. Earlier this month, the antigay Evangelist preacher announced he was closing all his Wells Fargo bank accounts after learning the company was pro-gay. He then moved his coffers into the vaults of North Carolina-based BB&T, only to learn that it, too, was pro-gay. Oops. Show More Summary

The World's Most Respected Companies In 2015: Which Chinese Companies Made The List?

The Barron’s 2015 list of World’s Most Respected Companies is out, and once again, its top is dominated by American companies like Apple, Walt Disney, Berkshire Hathaway, Visa, Google, Johnson & Johnson, Wells Fargo, and so on; European companies like Daimler (Germany), SAP (Germany), L’Oreal (France), AstraZeneca (UK), and Actavis (Ireland) [...]

Wells Fargo: Critics of Ad Featuring Gay Couple Are Ignoring ‘Demographic Reality’ – VIDEO

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Wells Fargo’s chief marketing officer is speaking out about the company’s “controversial” ad back in April featuring a gay couple learning sign language as they prepare to adopt a deaf child. You’ll recall the heartwarmi… The post Wells Fargo: Critics of Ad Featuring Gay Couple Are Ignoring ‘Demographic Reality’ – VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.

Wells Fargo Eyes A Larger Share of U.S. Manufactured Home Lending Business

Wells Fargo made its intention to grow in the manufactured home communities business clear earlier this week by bringing in two industry veterans to oversee its MHC unit. The unit, which is a part of Wells Fargo’s commercial real estate...Show More Summary

Paul McCartney played Firefly Festival & Philly (pics, setlist)

photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin, words by Andrew Sacher Paul McCartney @ Philly's Wells Fargo Arena - 6/21/2015 I've said it before, but even at over 70 years old, Paul McCartney remains an unparalleled live act. From his endless energy,...

City controller: L.A. paid Wells Fargo for 'nonexistent' check printing

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin says the city paid more than $500,000 to Wells Fargo Bank for "nonexistent services" -- charges for printing checks that the city was actually printing itself.

'Every Businesses Should Be Gay Friendly,' Says Franklin Graham in Response to Critics of His Wells Fargo Boycott

Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has responded to critics of his decision to discontinue business with Wells Fargo following the bank's TV ad featuring a same-sex couple.

‘I need a 20-percent downpayment to get a loan’ … and other common homebuyer myths

Americans are eager to buy homes, but they still don’t fully understand how credit scores, down payments and income requirements will impact their path to homeownership, according to a recent Wells Fargo survey...

Analyst: Level 3 and Cogent will benefit from net neutrality rules thanks to peering deals

Level 3 and Cogent Communications are scoring peering deals thanks to the enactment of the FCC's Open Internet Order, which went into effect on Friday, June 12, according to Wells Fargo Securities Senior Analyst Jennifer Fritzsche. And those peering deals will likely have a positive impact on both companies' bottom lines.

Beware the Wells Fargo Phishing Scam Scam!

Online scammers are getting smarter about how they try to extract vital information from us about online bank accounts, etc, and the latest targeting customers of Wells Fargo Bank is a doozy. Here's what to look out for and how to stay safe online! The post Beware the Wells Fargo Phishing Scam Scam! appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

U.S. Open course might suit Rory McIlroy just fine

One month ago, Rory McIlroy drove his ball so far and with such precision that he blew away the field by seven shots in the Wells Fargo Championship, scoring a 61 along the way. He looked as formidable as in any of his four major championship victories.

Banks That Failed to Fix Mortgage Services Face Restrictions

JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and four other large banks have failed to make long-promised improvements to their mortgage operations, a federal regulator said on Wednesday.

Regulators: Wells Fargo, Chase, U.S. Bank still fail mortgage service tests

Four years after pledging to clean up wide-ranging foreclosure abuses, Wells Fargo & Co., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and four other banks still aren’t complying with customer-service standards imposed by a federal regulator.

Regulator Restricts Mortgage Operations of Six Big Banks

JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and four other banks will face new limitations on their ability to acquire mortgage servicing rights from other banks.

Kumiko The Treasure Hunter Contest: We’re Giving Away 5 Free Downloads

Did you ever watch Fargo and think, “Maybe I can go and get that snowbound money?” Well Kumiko has. That’s the super broad description of Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter, co-written and directed by David Zellner and starring Rinko Kikuchi as the title character. Show More Summary

Is Getting A Mortgage Easier Than Consumers Think?

Some lenders over the last couple years have eased requirements to get mortgages, but most Americans still think getting a loan is very difficult, according to a survey released Tuesday by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and Ipsos Public Affairs. The...Show More Summary

More Americans are ready to go out and buy a home (WFC)

More Americans are ready to go out and buy a home. That's good news, on a lot of levels. The number of Americans that believe it is a good time to buy a home has gone up, according to Wells Fargo's second annual "How America Views Homeownership" survey. Last year, 68% of Americans said it was a good time to buy a home. Show More Summary

Wells Fargo Won’t Pull Ad Featuring Lesbians

The LGBT-friendly bank that lost the accounts of evangelist Franklin Graham over its pro-equality campaign says it won't pull its ad featuring a lesbian couple. read more

Boycotts or Love?

The difference between what make the news, and what makes a difference. This is the ad that made Franklin Graham move all the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) money out of Wells Fargo Bank. Franklin called for a boycott on Wells Fargo for this horrible and awful display of kindness, love, and amazing grace. Show More Summary

U.S. home builder sentiment rises in June: NAHB

``The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market index rose to 59 from 54 in May, the group said in a statement. Economists polled by Reuters had predicted the index would rise to 56.''

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