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Wells Fargo increases fake-account estimate 67% to 3.5 million

first_img 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Wells Fargo & Co. said employees created two-thirds more bogus accounts than initially thought, a sign the bank is still struggling to move past a scandal that sparked record fines and congressional investigations.An outside review found an additional 1.4 million potentially unauthorized deposit and credit-card accounts opened when the bank was encouraging employees to sell multiple products to retail customers, bringing the total to about 3.5 million, according to a statement Thursday from the San Francisco-based firm. The revised estimate covers January 2009 to September 2016, almost twice as long as the period examined in the initial review.The disclosure of even more fraudulent accounts threatens to catapult Wells Fargo back into the political crosshairs just as Congress returns Sept. 5 from its summer recess. The scandal came to light almost a year ago after regulators slapped Wells Fargo with fines of $185 million over its sales practices, prompting congressional hearings and resulting in the bank naming new leaders, clawing back executives’ pay and beginning an overhaul of its retail division.last_img read more

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Iowan and former Trump campaign aide feels vindicated by Mueller findings

first_imgHINTON — An Iowan who served as a campaign aide to President Donald Trump was happy to hear that special counsel Robert Mueller did not find evidence that Trump’s campaign “conspired or coordinated” with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.Sam Clovis of Hinton says he and administration officials have been saying there was no collusion with Russia since Mueller’s investigation began. “In fact, I think if you read the Attorney General’s letter, it said that we actually resisted contacts with the Russians,” Clovis says,”and that was something that I had said all along. That had been my advice to the president and my advice to campaign from day one — was to not have anything to do with the Russians. And as it worked out, that’s exactly what the Mueller people found out.”Clovis had been called to testify before a grand jury more than one year ago regarding possible campaign ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. “I feel personally vindicated, I am happy for my friends and colleagues on the campaign who have been vindicated,” according to Clovis. “And I am really happy for the president. I think this is something that we are really going to be better off now that this is over and moving forward.”The report reached no conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice but said key elements were not there. Clovis says Democrats are seizing on that part of the four page summary of the report.  I am stunned at the reaction of the Democrats. Of course you would expect them to be sore losers about all of this. But I think at the end of the day, they would be better served if they got a little bit more adult about what they are doing and decided to move on,” Clovis says.Democrats pointed out that Mueller found evidence for and against obstruction and demand to see his full report.last_img read more

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Lily May wins Wales title by four

first_img5 May 2019 Lily May wins Wales title by four Tags: elite golf, England squads, Wales Golf England’s Lily May Humphreys added another top title to her collection today with a four shot victory in the Welsh women’s open stroke play championship at Royal St David’s.The 17-year-old international was 10-under for the 54-hole event, finishing four shots clear of her England team-mate, Bel Wardle.She adds this to previous wins in English, Scottish, British, European and American championships which have taken her to the top of the amateur game. Next, she’s off to Ireland to challenge for that open title.Humphreys, from Stoke by Nayland in Essex, said of her latest success: “I was very pleased, I really wanted to win this because I have good memories of playing the course in my first R&A event three years ago. I’ve started hitting some good form and it was nice to combine it all.”Back in 2016, aged 14, she played her first British girls’ championship – aiming simply for experience. She made the cut and went on to reach the quarter finals, and returned the following year to win!This weekend, playing in breezy conditions with gusts of around 25mph, she aimed to play steadily over the tricky, opening six holes and then make her score.Bel Wardle (Prestbury, Cheshire) set the first round pace with her seven-under 66, but Humphreys became the 36-hole leader at six-under, with a pair of 70s. In the final round, both players completed the event with 69s.“I tried not to think about the lead, but just to keep on as I had been playing,” said Humphreys. “I wanted to make my pars and give myself birdie opportunities on the par fives. That was what I was focussing on and the strategy worked.”Four other English players figured in the top 10, with Charlotte Heath (Huddersfield, Yorkshire) taking fourth place; Cara Gainer (Castle Royle, Berkshire) in seventh; and Emily Brennan (Trentham, Staffordshire) and Georgina Blackman (Chelmsford, Essex), sharing 10th.Click here for full scoresImage courtesy James Eades/Wales Golflast_img read more

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Port of Olympia Receives Government Thurston Green Business of the Year…

first_imgFacebook7Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Port of OlympiaThe Port of Olympia was awarded the 2017 Government Thurston Green Business of the Year Award on Wednesday by the Thurston Chamber of Commerce Thurston Green Business Program.The Port of Olympia has a unique opportunity to demonstrate leadership in environmental initiatives and programs. From implementing recycling in all our offices and installing low flow toilets at Swantown Marina, to working with partners on remediating Budd Inlet and developing a Tumwater Habitat Conservation Plan, the Port recognizes the importance of environmental stewardship. The Port of Olympia strives to in identify and implement environmentally responsible and sustainable practices in a manner that is consistent with the our mission of connecting Thurston County to the world by land, air and sea.Rachael Jamison, Director of Environmental Programs stated, “My personal goal is that within the next two to five years, the Port of Olympia is looked to as one of the most sustainable mid-sized ports in the country. We do a tremendous amount of work for the environment. We are working to inform our community of all the ways we are improving Thurston County.”This recognition is a great example of the Port’s commitment to creating resiliency through Environmental Stewardship, Economic Development and management of Community Assets.last_img read more

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