Find out why Wells Fargo & Co. closed more than 10,000 express offices around the country over 100 years ago.
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Find out how the introduction of motor banks in the 1930s made banking more convenient for customers — and led to future innovations.
Find out how a Wells Fargo business loan helped people with blindness and low vision have more access to reading materials.
A Wells Fargo historian shares why an Arizona businessman and Wells Fargo express agent abandoned his freight company out of loyalty to the U.S.
Learn about Philo T. Farnsworth’s invention — and how backing from a bank helped bring TV into homes today.
Find out how a Wells Fargo agent in 1864 stopped at nothing to deliver mail, money, and newspapers to customers — and how he later became the company’s president.
James McKaye, an original board member for Wells Fargo, was an abolitionist whose work led to the creation of the Freedmen’s Bureau in 1864 to protect the rights of African Americans.
Find out how Robert “Patt“ Patterson went from being a civil rights activist to the first African American in Greensboro, North Carolina, to hold a management position at a major bank.
In 1967, Shirley Nelson made history when she became the first female branch manager for Wells Fargo, paving the way for other female leaders.
Throughout their lives, Henry Wells and William G. Fargo, the founders of Wells, Fargo & Co., were known for their innovation and dedication to customers.