Wells Fargo’s New Account Openings Down 30% After Fake Account Fiasco – Consumerist

Wells Fargo’s New Account Openings Down 30% After Fake Account Fiasco Image courtesy of Mike Mozart Despite overhauling its teller pay system and ditching a high-pressure sales goal incentive program, Wells Fargo continues to face the consequences of its fake account fiasco perpetrated by employees who opened more than two million unauthorized accounts, as customers continue […]

Largest outdoor gear show abandons Salt Lake City after 20 years to protest Utah Republicans’ conservation stance – The Washington Post

People attend the Outdoor Retailer show at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City in January. (Rick Bowmer/AP) The twice-a-year Outdoor Retailer show is the world’s largest trade exhibition for one of the world’s fastest-growing industries. It’s where companies such as Patagonia, the North Face, REI, Black Diamond and Polartec hawk their coolest […]

Uber Promises Investigation After Former Engineer Blogs About Rampant Sexual Harassment | The Huffington Post

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said Sunday that the ride-sharing company will investigate new allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination in its workplace. After former Uber engineer Susan Fowler published a nearly 3,000-word blog post Sunday describing a nightmarish workplace culture in which male superiors solicited her for sex and human resources officers shrugged off her […]

‘No Jews’: Anti-Semitic notes left on doors at North York condominium – Toronto – CBC News

Toronto police have launched an investigation after anti-Semitic notes were found at a North York condominium. A number of residents at 233 Beecroft Road, near Yonge Street, north of Sheppard Avenue, found notes with pictures of swastikas on their front doors, Det. Paul Pabla told CBC Toronto. At least one of the notes also said […]