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More than 12 million Wells Fargo customers use a mobile device to do their banking — a number that has grown by more than 20 percent in a year. Continue reading

This is Earth Day, the annual event to promote awareness of the environment and our place in it. Wells Fargo’s Environmental Forum blog marks the occasion—as they do every day, really. Check it out! Earth Day 2014 has a focus on Green … Continue reading

As a savvy consumer, you know by now that stores are set up to cause you to spend more. You might avoid the inner aisle of the grocery store for this reason, or clamp your hand over your wallet as … Continue reading

Bill Ritter, Jr. is director of the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) at Colorado State University. CNEE launched Feb. 1, 2011, with Ritter as the founding …

New orders for durable goods jumped 2.6% in March. That’s on top of a 2.1% increase in February. A key component, the nondefense capital goods excluding aircraft orders, bounced from -1.1% in February to 2.2% in March. It’s still early, … Continue reading

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With tax season upon us, I’d like to share some good news with you: if you’ve been repaying your student loans this year, you may be able to get some money back.1 The IRS allows for the deduction of up … Continue reading

As I celebrate Women’s History Month, I am reminded of a recent event I attended with a group of women and the topic of reinventing yourself, improving yourself, came up.  It got us thinking about what is our next version … Continue reading