Occupy protesters, taking aim at what they dubbed Wall Street West, were arrested after converging on Wells Fargo & Co.’s headquarters in San Francisco today in a bid to shut down the city’s Financial District. Demonstrators shouting “Give Us Our Money Back” and saying they wanted the bank to stop foreclosures chained themselves to entrances of the bank. Seven people were arrested, according to police Lieutenant Liam Frost. The arrests were made at the request of a Wells Fargo representative, Frost said. [BW, related]
Wells Fargo Tops 'Use Of A Work Email On An Adultery Site' League Tables
With Bank of America coming in at a close second.
Warren Buffett Making Moves To Rename Wells Fargo "Uncle Warren's WFC"
It has a certain ring to it, no?
Wells Fargo Takes A Firm But Understanding Approach To Junior Banker Cheating
What we have here is a teachable moment.
Wells Fargo Employees Way Less Cranky Than They Were In 2010
Whether this is due to complimentary stage coach rides or not is unclear.