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How to receive money on Zelle, the digital payment app, whether you already have an account or not

It's easy to receive money transfers with Zelle's digital payment service. Westend61/Getty Images You can receive money on Zelle no matter which banking service you have — all you need is the Zelle app. Zelle is a service that facilitates money transfers between US bank users. If you bank with a smaller institution that isn’t partnered with Zelle, you can still use the service for money transfers. You'll need an email or mobile number and debit card to receive your Zelle transfer. ...
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Wells Fargo says stock market volatility will balloon after US election

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images; Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images Markets should prepare for volatility to balloon after Election Day, Wells Fargo said Tuesday. Wells Fargo head of rates strategy Michael Schumacher told CNBC's Trading Nation Tuesday, options are showing greater volatility. "The big takeaway is three month options vol is still quite high, and it has not really come down," he said. He thinks investors will flock to US Tr...
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A Wall street chief strategist says markets have seen the 'worst of the sell-off' and thinks equities are fairly valued

Wells Fargo Bank branch is seen in New York Reuters Wells Fargo's chief investment officer Kirk Hartman thinks the worst is over for the US stock market. Hartman told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia." "I do think there will be more volatility but I think we have seen the worst of the sell-off."Stock markets have rallied so far on Monday and Tuesday, after the Nasdaq posted its worst weekly drop since March last week. Hartman said markets are pricing in a good recovery in 2021. He said: "As long a...
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JPMorgan is requiring that its traders return to the office by September 21 after 6 months of working from home

JP Morgan Chase & Co sign outside headquarters in New York Reuters   JPMorgan will require its traders to return to their offices by September 21, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. CEO Jamie Dimon is already working out of the office. Executives said on a conference call that offices needed to reopen for the sake of team spirit and employee training. Bank reopening plans vary widely, with some pledging to wait until 2021 before requiring that employees head back into the office. Vi...
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Jane Fraser to become Citi CEO; 1st woman to lead major bank

By Ken Sweet | The Associated Press Citigroup’s Jane Fraser will become the first woman to ever lead a Wall Street bank when she succeeds CEO Michael Corbat in February. The New York bank announced the succession Thursday. Fraser is currently head of Citi’s global consumer banking division, a major part of the bank that oversees checking and savings accounts but also Citi’s massive credit card business. She’s been with Citi for 16 years and had recently been tasked with leading the clean up of t...
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Wall Street shatters a glass ceiling as Jane Fraser is announced as Citigroup's new CEO, becoming the first woman to lead a major US bank

Jane Fraser, president of Citigroup, was announced as the firm's new CEO effective February 2021. Erin Scott/Reuters Citigroup said Thursday that its CEO, Michael Corbat, is retiring effective February 2021. His departure will conclude a 37-year run with the firm. Corbat, 60, will be replaced by Jane Fraser, 53, currently the firm's president and CEO of its consumer banking division. Fraser's elevation to CEO of Citigroup marks the first time a woman has been appointed head of a major ...
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Why Warren Buffett's $570 million bet on Snowflake is rarer than any unicorn

Warren Buffett Getty Images Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway plans to invest about $570 million into Snowflake when the cloud-data platform goes public.Berkshire is set to buy about 7 million to 7.4 million shares, giving it a roughly 2.5% stake.The bet is striking because Buffett famously sticks to businesses he understands, and has blasted IPOs as being poor value for money."We like to buy things where nobody's making a dime selling them to us," Buffett said in an interview last yea...
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8 Things B2B Marketers Need To Know About Reddit in 2021

What do B2B marketers stand to gain by using Reddit? Just how effective is Reddit for advertising and organic marketing communication, and what are some of the top tips and advice for B2B marketers new to Reddit or those looking to expand their presence on the social media platform? Let’s take a look at the answers to these questions and more, including eight things B2B marketers need to know about social news aggregator and discussion platform Reddit, including why more businesses than ever...
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JPMorgan probing employees’ role in misuse of PPP funds

By Michelle F. Davis and Sridhar Natarajan | Bloomberg JPMorgan Chase & Co. says it’s probing the role of some employees who may have enabled misuse of COVID-relief funds in what it calls potentially illegal activities. The New York-based bank said it has seen “instances of customers misusing Paycheck Protection Program Loans, unemployment benefits and other government programs” and that some “employees have fallen short, too,” according to a memo to staff from the bank’s senior leaders Tuesday....
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Warren Buffett has slashed his Wells Fargo stake to a 17-year low. Here's a chart tracking his 30-year investment in the banking titan

Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett talks with a shareholder before the company's annual meeting in Omaha May 4, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway cut its stake in Wells Fargo to 3.3%, its lowest level since 2003.The billionaire investor's company owned more than 13% of the bank in 1994, and more than $29 billion worth of its shares in 2017.Scroll down for a chart tracking Berkshire's Wells Fargo investment over the past 30 years.Visit Business Ins...
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Warren Buffett has slashed his Wells Fargo stake to a 17-year low. Here's a chart tracking his 30-year investment in the bank

Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett talks with a shareholder before the company's annual meeting in Omaha May 4, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway cut its stake in Wells Fargo to 3.3%, its lowest level since 2003.The billionaire investor's company owned more than 13% of the bank in 1994, and more than $29 billion worth of its shares in 2017.Scroll down for a chart tracking Berkshire's Wells Fargo investment over the past 30 years.Visit Business Ins...
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10 things you need to know before the opening bell

A trader signals an offer in the Standard & Poors 500 stock index futures pit at the CME Group February 20, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois. Getty Images Welcome to 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.Here's what you need to know before markets open.1. Tesla stock tanks after the automaker's surprise exclusion from the S&P 500. Elon Musk's electric-vehicle maker was snubbed while Etsy, Teradyne, and Catalent are set to join the benchmark i...
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway cuts Wells Fargo stake to 17-year low

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett speaks at an event called, 'Detroit Homecoming' September 18, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has cut its Wells Fargo stake to its smallest size in 17 years.The billionaire investor's conglomerate said on Friday that it owns 3.3% of the company, its slimmest ownership position since 2003.Berkshire owned 13.3% of the bank in 1994, and held more than 500 million shares worth more than $27 ...
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway slashes stake in Wells Fargo

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc said on Friday it had cut its Wells Fargo & Co stake to 3.3%, further reducing what had once been a $32 billion investment in the bank.
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway slashes Wells Fargo stake by 43%

Warren Buffett REUTERS/Rick Wilking Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has sold about 101 million Wells Fargo shares in recent weeks, a regulatory filing shows.The billionaire investor's company cut its holdings by about 43% to 136 million shares, slashing its stake to 3.3%.The sales come after Berkshire sold 25% of its Wells Fargo position in the second quarter.Berkshire was previously Wells Fargo's largest shareholder, and Wells Fargo was one of its five most valuable positions earlie...
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The career life and rise of billionaire Oracle cofounder and international playboy Larry Ellison, who dropped out of college twice and has a $75 billion fortune

Larry Ellison. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Larry Ellison, the founder and CTO of Oracle, has a net worth of $75.7 billion, according to Forbes. But Ellison hasn't had the tech world's typical path to success. He dropped out of college twice and didn't become a billionaire until age 49. Over the years, he's built Oracle into a $170 billion behemoth whose former employees have gone on to start companies like Salesforce.  He's also become a lavish spender, owning several homes and even the entire...
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The life of billionaire Oracle cofounder and international playboy Larry Ellison, who dropped out of college twice and has a $75 billion fortune

Larry Ellison. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Larry Ellison, the founder and CTO of Oracle, has a net worth of $75.7 billion, according to Forbes. But Ellison hasn't had the tech world's typical path to success. He dropped out of college twice and didn't become a billionaire until age 49. Over the years, he's built Oracle into a $170 billion behemoth whose former employees have gone on to start companies like Salesforce.  He's also become a lavish spender, owning several homes and even the entire...
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From warehouses to tech office expansions, these are the key commercial real-estate deals and trends to watch

Some big firms are rethinking office needs — and some commercial real-estate deals have been put on ice as financing dries up. Coworking and flex-office firms are struggling under big rent obligations after years of rapid growth. Katie Warren/Business Insider The coronavirus pandemic threw the real-estate world into disarray, as people emptied out of offices, hotels, and malls and worked from their homes. That disruption has transformed how people and companies finance, operate, and occupy ...
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7 ways to make investing part of your financial plan, from personal finance professionals who know

Samantha Lee/Business Insider The third pillar of Business Insider's yearlong Master Your Money series focuses on investing.The Money Council — a group of financial professionals from a variety of organizations and backgrounds — convened to discuss how and when to start investing, strategies to implement, and mistakes to avoid.The following are their best tips for making investing part of your financial plan, including beginning with a 401(k) match and considering using a rob...
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National Association of Realtors® Honors 2020 Good Neighbor Awards Finalists

Chicago, IL – September 2, 2020 (nar.realtor) The National Association of Realtors® has selected 10 Realtors® as finalists for its 2020 Good Neighbor Awards, which honor NAR members who make an extraordinary difference in their communities through volunteer work. This is the 21st year the Good Neighbor Awards program has recognized Realtor® volunteers who donate time, money and passion to enrich the lives of people in their communities. “Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, t...
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The Role of Communications in the Supreme Court’s Landmark Ruling for LGBTQ Workplace Rights

For more than 10 years, Gerald Lynn Bostock worked as a child-welfare-services coordinator for Clayton County, Ga., advocating for victims of child abuse and neglect in Atlanta’s juvenile-courts system. He was fired in June 2013 after joining a gay men’s softball league and using his expense account to take clients to lunch at restaurants that displayed rainbow flags, he said. Bostock sued Clayton County for discrimination. The case — Bostock v. Clayton County — went all the way to the U.S. Supr...
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Stocks will pull back up to 7% multiple times and election-driven volatility will linger through early 2021, a Wells Fargo head strategist says

CNBC TV Wells Fargo's Paul Christopher told Bloomberg he's expecting volatility in the stock market in the next few months heading into the election.These pullbacks could be up to 7% as turbulence continues into the first quarter of 2021 when an administration's "decisions and appointments need to be made."He's advising his clients to hold cash and put that money to work during the pullbacks. The strategist said investors are better off staying in growth sectors like information technology...
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Business Line of Credit: How It Works

Small business owners rely on business lines of credit for short-term money needs. A business line of credit is similar to a credit card in the sense that you are approved for a maximum credit limit. You can borrow and withdraw funds as you need them, up to the limit. You are charged interest only on the amount you withdraw. As you repay the amounts you borrowed, you free up the line to again withdraw those amounts. A business line of credit is a popular type of funding. According to the 2020 S...
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From warehouses to tech office expansions, these are the key deals and commercial real-estate market trends to watch

Some big firms are rethinking office needs — and some commercial real-estate deals have been put on ice as financing dries up. Coworking and flex-office firms are struggling under big rent obligations after years of rapid growth. Katie Warren/Business Insider Offices, hotels, and malls were emptied by the coronavirus. Even as they reopen, the disruption has many thinking we're looking at a new normal for how we occupy space. Some big firms are rethinking office needs, while others charge ah...
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The coronavirus outbreak has triggered unprecedented mass layoffs and furloughs. Here are the major companies that have announced they are downsizing their workforces.

People gather at the entrance for the New York State Department of Labor offices on March 20, which closed to the public due to the coronavirus outbreak in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Andrew Kelly/Reuters The spread of the coronavirus is projected to impact millions of jobs worldwide.In just 22 weeks, more than 57 million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance — that's more than the number of claims filed during the Great Recession.The travel and hospitality industries h...
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Commercial real-estate markets have been turned upside down. These are the new winners and losers — and the key deals to keep an eye on.

Offices, hotels, and malls were emptied by the coronavirus. Even as they reopen, the disruption has many thinking we're looking at a new normal for how we occupy space.  Some big firms are rethinking office needs, while others charge ahead with expansion. Lenders are looking to unload debt tied to hotel properties as global travel takes a hit.  A surge in e-commerce, meanwhile, is fueling demand for warehouse and cold-storage space from  Amazon and other online sellers.  For more stories like ...
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Jack Ma's $200 billion Chinese fintech firm Ant Group could reportedly go public in October in a monster IPO. Here's how the company went from an ant-sized startup to PayPal rival.

Ant Group, an affiliate fintech company of Chinese retail behemoth Alibaba, is gearing up to go public with an anticipated $200 billion valuation. The company was formed in 2014 to run Alipay, a ubiquitous digital payment service used by millions of Chinese shoppers. Here's what we know about Ant Group, whose IPO could catapult the fintech firm past the world's most established financial institutions, like Goldman Sachs. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Although almost 1 bi...
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Two Twin Cities suburban men face federal arson charges for late May blaze at Wells Fargo branch

They are the latest in more than dozen federal arson, rioting cases filed since the riots after George Floyd's killing.
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Two Twin Cities metro men face federal arson charges for late May blaze at Wells Fargo branch

They are the latest in more than dozen federal arson, rioting cases filed since the riots after George Floyd's killing.
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