Regulators accused San Francisco-based Wells Fargo of improper insurance sales practices that led to insurance products being purchased for customers without their knowledge.
A labor organizer who tried to unionize workers in the cannabis industry was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for participating in a money laundering scheme.
A Woodside man was sentenced Friday to 31 months in prison and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine for structuring banking transactions to avoid reporting requirements.
A new Internet service from the California Employment Development Department is now available to anyone in the Bay Area who wants to manage their unemployment benefits.
Santa Rosa police arrested two suspects who allegedly used homemade “fishing devices” to catch cash and checks at a bank night deposit box.
San Francisco-based Wells Fargo Bank has deposed a Chinese firm to become the world’s largest bank.
California accuses the Wall Street bank of illegally abusing and harassing credit-card customers with lawsuits.
Green lending gives environmentally-conscious businesses access to fresh sources of capital.