• Wells Fargo Financial Analysis
    1,156 words
    In March 1852 Henry Wells and William Fargo founded Wells, Fargo & Co. to serve the West. The new company offered banking (buying gold, and selling paper bank drafts as good as gold) - and express (rapid delivery of the gold and anything else valuable). Wells Fargo opened for business in the gold rush port of San Francisco, and soon Wells Fargo's agents opened offices in the other new cities and mining camps of the West. In the boom and bust economy of the 1850 s, Wells Fargo earned a reputation...
  • California Sb 1386 Identity Theft
    1,186 words
    On July 1, 2003, California enacted an electronic data privacy law to protect residents from one of its fastest growing crimes: identity theft. SB 1386 (Civil Code 1798. 29) requires businesses to notify California residents if a security breach results in disclosure of personal electronic data. All businesses are subject to this law regardless of size, location, or operations. Business owners should be aware of the problems associated with identity theft, the steps required to comply with SB 13...
  • Wells Fargo Financial Analysis
    1,368 words
    Wells Fargo For this project, we researched Wells Fargo's performance in the last couple of years as a way to check on its progress to greatness. What we found was an overwhelmingly charismatic company that not only puts down its values in ink, but also strictly abides by them. Much to our surprise, a huge chunk of their thick annual report for 2002 was an honest listing of all the threatening factors that stand in the company's way rather than its exceptional rankings in its sector. In this pap...
  • Wells Fargo Team Members Managers
    4,108 words
    A Review of Management Techniques and Practices Over the past 150 years, Wells Fargo Bank has become one of the largest financial institutions in the North America. Wells Fargo Bank is much more than a bank. It's a premium financial service provider. It believes in its people and products to help them to succeed. So how has Wells Fargo become such a leader in the financial world? It measures its success by its management staff and team members. Wells Fargo has developed and implemented its own ...
  • Mobile Banking Banks Wireless
    791 words
    The Status of Mobile Banking In July 2002, UK's online bank Egg stated that they were in the process of developing mobile applications. Chris Nelson of Egg's technology concept development group indicated that "the future of banking lies with mobile devices closely integrated with Web services" ("m-banking is there... ." ). This signaled to many of the skeptics that mobile phone banking or 'm-banking' is indeed viable. Yet, very few other institutions are considering mobile devices as a practica...