Archive for July 2010

Greener ways to small business profitability

Why should you work to make your business greener? Great question! For a few of the top reasons, please take a look at the following interview with Nelson Davis of Nelson Davis Television Productions and Scott Cooney, author of Build…

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Platinum pride & possibilities

Simply said, two words capture how we feel about our newest building: Love it! We hope you’ll join us celebrating the fact that our newest building, the Duke Energy Center, is the first (and tallest) building to receive Platinum certification…

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What does “energy independence” mean to you?

Thanks to all of you who’ve voted in our July Poll of the Month so far! If you haven’t done so yet, please let us know what you think about energy independence. In the meantime, Amanda followed her vote up…

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The two-wheeled commute

The wind in my hair, the sun at my back…these are just a couple of the things I love about my two-wheeled commute. A few weeks ago, yours truly, inspired by the Gulf oil spill, decided to take things one…

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Paperless banking can make travel easier & greener

Secil Tabli Watson, named the No. 1 leading innovator by Bank Technology News in 2009, is Senior Vice President with Wells Fargo Internet and Mobile Banking services, and is responsible for Customer Experience, Money Movement and Retail Mobile Banking. Secil…

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Virtualization

I love Heather Clancy’s July 6, 2010, article on ZDNet, “Virtualization core to Wells Fargo green IT initiative,” and wanted to share it with you. She does a good job of describing our virtualization efforts. What’s virtualization? Well, essentially, it…

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July’s Poll of the Month: energy independence

First off, thanks to those of you who participated in last month’s poll! It’s really helpful to find out how you heard about the Wells Fargo Environmental Forum — and how you arrived here. We also hope you all had a…

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