Wells Fargo Probe Expands Into Wealth Management Unit

By PYMNTS U.S. regulators’ investigations into Wells Fargo’s sales practices has expanded into the financial institution’s wealth management operations, according to news from The Wall Street Journal. Reports Friday (March 16) said the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are investigating Wells’ wealth management unit, unnamed sources told the WSJ. Some of those sources also said the Federal Bureau of Investigation is speaking with some…

March 16, 2018
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Man's Last Wish Before Ending Life? His Wife's Remarriage

Hyderabad: A young man allegedly committed suicide here with a “last wish” that his parents arrange for the re-marriage of his wife, police said Friday. Chary, an electrician in his mid 20s, allegedly ended his life two days ago, they said adding the motive for him taking the extreme step was under investigation. A suicide note, purportedly written by him, was found at his home in Shameerpet. In the note,…

March 16, 2018
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Cascade To Power Crypto Card Loading

By PYMNTS This time last year, if a customer asked Cascade about cryptocurrency loading, the startup had to tell them, “We don’t do that.” Its partner banks weren’t supporting the feature, so neither could Cascade. But as more and more people started asking about it, Founder and CEO Spencer Schmerling began to recognize the big opportunity in front of him. That’s why Schmerling said the startup is now launching a…

March 16, 2018
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Worn-Down Tusks Show Most African Elephants Are Righties

You don’t need hands to be right- or left-handed. Many kinds of animals have shown a preference for using one side of their body or the other. They include apes, whales, dogs, cats, cows, toads, fish and even honeybees. Now, with data from a rather unsavory source, researchers have found evidence for “tuskedness” in elephants. Although humans aren’t alone in having handedness, we do seem to have the most extreme…

March 16, 2018
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Fed Task Force Releases Payment Lifecycles And Security Profiles

By PYMNTS Through the collaborative efforts of those with backgrounds in payments and security, the Federal Reserve’s Secure Payments Task Force has published “Payment Lifecycles and Security Profiles.” The profiles serve as educational materials outlining the lifecycles, security characteristics and relevant laws and regulations for the most common payment types, the Federal Reserve said in a press release. “We believe the profiles are a valuable tool for all payments providers…

March 16, 2018
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Rabada takes responsibility for Smith shoulder brush

1:23 PM ET Kagiso Rabada has conceded he should not have got into Steven Smith’s space after dismissing him in the first innings of the Port Elizabeth Test, an action for which he is currently set to miss the remainder of the Test series. He insisted, however, he did not feel any contact when his shoulder brushed Smith’s. Rabada is appealing against his Level 2 sanction on Monday, with the…

March 16, 2018
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Bills GM: Not certain we move up to take QB

11:53 AM ET ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills have maneuvered over the past year to acquire one of the NFL’s largest collection of early-round selections in April’s draft, but general manager Brandon Beane said Friday that does not mean he will trade up and pick a quarterback. “I know everyone assumes we’re going higher than 12,” he said. “I don’t know what we’re doing. I honestly don’t.” Buffalo…

March 16, 2018
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Sources: C's Smart to have surgery on thumb

11:37 AM ET Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart will undergo surgery Friday to repair a torn ligament in his thumb, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. There is hope that Smart can return in six weeks, sources said, which would mean he’d be available for the Eastern Conference playoffs. His timetable for a return will be clearer after the surgery. Let’s block ads! (Why?) Read More… Via:: NDTV – Sports…

March 16, 2018
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Delhi Passes Resolution On Sealing, Arvind Kejriwal Demands Moratorium

New Delhi: The Delhi Assembly today passed a resolution asking the centre to take steps to stop sealing in the national capital, while Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sought a moratorium on the drive to provide a relief to the city’s traders. The chief minister termed the ongoing sealing drive a “dangerous attack” on traders and said an all party-delegation, including his cabinet colleagues, would meet the Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee…

March 16, 2018
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