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  • Wells Fargo has been good to Baltimore

    As mentioned in a recent op-ed article in The Sun, a host of bank branches and offices were renamed Wells Fargo (formerly Wachovia) over the weekend ("Wells Fargo not a good neighbor in Baltimore," Sept. 16). The op-ed did not mention that before and...
  • Wells Fargo is generous to the community — and its CEO

    United Way of Central Maryland CEO Mark Furst thinks that Wells Fargo Bank has been good for Baltimore, and he may well be right (Readers respond, Sept. 20). But I have one problem with them, and it involves the pay and bonuses for their executives....
  • Most rural Marylanders say, 'War? What war?'

    Most rural Marylanders say, 'War? What war?'
    Nobody asked me but . . . This news, via MarylandReporter.com, might come as a shock to members of the General Assembly who believe the O'Malley administration is waging a "war on rural Maryland": A poll by OpinionWorks finds that 62 percent of...
  • Disgusted by Sun's Wells Fargo ad

    I received the Sept. 25 edition of The Sun and was disgusted to see a full-length ad for Wells Fargo on the front page. While it's bad enough to turn the front page over to an advertiser, it's even worse to allow a corporation deeply implicated in our...
  • Wells Fargo ad crossed a line

    I looked at The Sun on Sunday and was a tad confused. "What happened to the front page news?" I asked myself. After getting over my confusion, I realized that The Sun had sold a four-page ad to Wells Fargo (sounds like highway robbery to me), and that the...
  • BofA to charge $5 monthly debit card fee; others to follow

    BofA to charge $5 monthly debit card fee; others to follow
    Reuters reports that Bank of America next year will start charging $5 a month for customers who use a debit card. And other banks, Reuters says, are expected to follow: "Wells Fargo & Co, JPMorgan Chase & Co and SunTrust Banks Inc are already testing or...
  • The feds investigate the mortgage mess: What took so long?

    The feds investigate the mortgage mess: What took so long?
    In this week's State of the Union address, President Obama announced to cheers the formation of a new Justice Department unit tasked with going after the big banks and mortgage companies whose reckless lending led to the collapse of the housing market and...
  • Credit unions work to attract big-bank customers

    Credit unions work to attract big-bank customers
    Ken Rose is a Bank of America customer, but he has also done business for years with Destinations Credit Union in Parkville. Now, with the bank's announcement that it will charge many debit-card users a $5 monthly fee, the Edmondson Village resident...
  • Weddings & Engagements

    Allie Wilson and Jake Burke Gina and Steve Wilson, of North Laurel, announce the engagement of their daughter, Allie Wilson, to Jake Burke, son of Chuck and Dawn Burke, of North Laurel. The bride-to-be, a 2005 graduate of Reservoir High School,...
  • Jewish Times' new owners poised to take the helm

    The prospective new owners of the Baltimore Jewish Times took over Washington Jewish Week nearly two years ago and made an array of changes to the publication, which had just turned 80 years old. They redesigned the tabloid, revamped the website and...
  • Judge approves sale of Jewish Times publisher

    The buyers of the Baltimore Jewish Times' publishing company are prepared to close the $1.26 million purchase of the company Friday after a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge approved the transaction Thursday. The sale will bring an end to 93 years of family...
  • $1 billion in aid coming to Maryland foreclosure victims

    A federal judge finalized on Thursday a landmark settlement that will bring nearly $1 billion in aid to Maryland homeowners who were victims of deceptive and illegal foreclosure practices. The settlement, for $25 billion in total, was first reached in...