Richard Davis

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.


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.


Former U.S. Bancorp chief Davis named CEO at Make-A-Wish America


The appointment comes nearly two years after Davis said he was stepping down from the Minneapolis bank to pursue "another calling."


U.S. Bancorp CEO Andy Cecere adds chairman to title


Cecere, 57, will succeed longtime executive Richard Davis, who has served as chairman since retiring as CEO last year.


Why advocates of splitting chairman, CEO roles are gaining ground


Proposals to split the chairman and CEO roles at banks have rarely succeeded. But new developments — including a proposal to require separate roles for the next generation of managers — are helping concerned shareholders slowly make inroads.


The Wells Fargo problem has only started for other banks


Banks like TD and U.S. Bancorp are suddenly taking public shots from current and former employees critical of their sales practices, a sign that the industry has not put behind it the questions raised months ago by the phony-accounts scandal at Wells.


Trump said to weigh U.S. Bancorp CEO Davis for Fed board seat


Donald Trump is considering nominating U.S. Bancorp Chief Executive Officer Richard Davis for the Federal Reserve Board, said people familiar with the matter, as the president prepares to start reshaping the central bank’s approach to monetary policy and Wall Street oversight.


Will new U.S. Bancorp chief's playbook deliver on offense?


With U.S. Bancorp's leadership transition underway, the big question is whether it will deliver faster earnings growth — the one shareholder demand that has proven elusive.


U.S. Bancorp CEO switch: 'Why now?' questions overshadow 'What's next'


Andy Cecere is the new CEO-in-waiting at the Minneapolis bank, but interest in his future plans took a back seat as investors and others tried to get their heads around why the current boss, Richard Davis, is choosing to leave seven years before the typical retirement age.


A low-key leader for low-growth conditions: U.S. Bancorp's Cecere


The highly regarded and outspoken Richard Davis is a hard act to follow, but Andy Cecere, who will take over the successful Minneapolis company in a few months, is said to have the right blend of knowledge and judicious temperament for meeting the business challenges that lie ahead.