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Wells Fargo to open new Mamaroneck location

The bank has not yet announced when the branch will open.

Pier 1 Imports looking to wind down, sell assets

Pier 1 Imports, the home décor and accessories retailer, announced May 19 that it plans to wind-down the company's retail operations as soon as...

Couple sues Wells Fargo to honor reduced price sale of damaged...

The Gordons “have been ready, willing and able to complete this transaction and purchase of property,” the complaint states. “However, in light of the casualty losses the property sustained … the purchase price of the property must be reduced.”

Suite Talk: Terence Floyd, president of the Connecticut Mortgage Bankers Association

"When we try to teach the young people what their careers could be, we don’t think of mortgage sales as a career," said Floyd.

Connecticut receives $5.2M in multistate Wells Fargo settlement

Connecticut's share of the settlement will be deposited in the state's general fund.

Investors drive gender pay gap moves by banks

While Silicon Valley has acquired a reputation as a boys’ club, so too has Wall Street, despite public protestations to the contrary.

Stamford mentoring program receives $5K

The grant will help extend the flagship program at the elementary, middle and high school levels.

USI Insurance acquires Wells Fargo commercial insurance business

First announced in June, the deal frees Wells Fargo to focus on its core banking business.

USI acquires Wells Fargo’s commercial insurance business

The deal follows Wells Fargo's fake account scandal that erupted last year and will allow the bank to focus on its core banking products.

Senators urge Justice Dept. investigation of Wells Fargo

In a separate letter, Richard Blumenthal and other senators expressed suspicion that the bank may have violated a law protecting military service members.

Women’s Business Development Council honors women in business

The WBDC represents some 18,000 clients, who pay over $3.5 million in taxes each year.

Danbury’s nearly full Lee Farm office space up for sale

The Class A, approximately 215,000-square-foot office building has just 9,700 square feet remains available.

GE officially exits the banking business

The company has completed the sale of GE Capital Bank’s U.S. deposits to Goldman Sachs.

Student debt crisis highlights need for youth financial literacy

With the burden student debt increasing organizations such as Junior Achievement and the Voya Foundation have partnered with professional business volunteers to provide financial education for young students.

Wells Fargo finds small business optimism waning

National survey also sees contentment with debt and finances holding steady.