Betsy Duke

Momentum builds for Wells Fargo to remove CEO Parker's 'interim' tag


With several top candidates reportedly turning down the job, some insiders are reportedly lobbying the board to appoint C. Allen Parker as the bank's next CEO.


Wells Fargo moves closer to recouping some losses tied to scandal


A federal judge has given preliminary approval to the proposed settlement of a lawsuit under which insurance companies have agreed to pay $240 million for losses the San Francisco bank incurred from the widespread opening of fake accounts.


Who will be Wells Fargo's next CEO?


Finding a leader who has all the key attributes — and actually wants the job — may prove challenging, but here are some intriguing possibilities.


Three questions after Wells Fargo CEO's abrupt exit


Tim Sloan couldn't hang on any longer. Here are insights about why he left now, what role policymakers played in the decision and will continue to have in the company's future, and who in the world would want to lead Wells Fargo.


In a twist, Wells Fargo gets $240M payout in latest phony-account settlement


The settlement would mark a rare instance where the bank stands to benefit monetarily from a scandal that has severely damaged its reputation and cost it hundreds of millions in penalties.


Wells Fargo CEO says he's prepared to stay until he's 65


The comments by Tim Sloan, 58, came after reports that the Wells board may be looking to replace him.


Wells Fargo chair says Sloan has board's 'unanimous support'


In response to a news report, Betsy Duke said Thursday that the board has not reached out to potential CEO candidates.


Is Wells Fargo looking for Tim Sloan’s replacement?


The New York Post reported Wednesday that Wells Fargo board members met with Trump White House alum Gary Cohn about becoming the bank's next CEO, but were rebuffed. Here's what to conclude from the article.


Why banks’ biggest risk factor may be employees who don’t speak up


Senior leaders may say that they want to hear bad news, but that doesn’t mean lower-level employees are eager to share it with them.


Size, 'siloing' can undermine companies' culture: Wells’ Betsy Duke


At a conference on corporate culture, Wells Fargo’s board chair explained why problems tend to fester longer at larger institutions.