Wells Fargo's LGBT Segment Manager, Enterprise Marketing, John Lake, weighs in on the importance of preventing LGBT bullying.
A new ad from Wells Fargo features a real-life same-sex couple preparing to meet their new adopted child.
Members of the Wells Fargo team open up about their experiences with bullying and the resiliency they've developed when multinational banking and financial services company Wells Fargo kicked their support for LGBT youth into high gear for Spirit Day
Bullying can take many forms. Intimidation on the playground, workplace harassment and domestic violence are a reality for too many people at some point in their lives. And whatever its source, there are common feelings that unite all of us who have ever been bullied: a real sense of hopelessness, overwhelming defeat and even fear of the future.
The Lucky Charms rainbow might just have a new meaning this Pride month. This year, General Mills, Inc. created a Pride campaign partnered with McCann New York to celebrate diversity. See what companies around the country are doing to celebrate Pride month.
Wells Fargo, national presenting partner of the 24th Annual #GLAADAwards, celebrates Pride month with launch of "It Gets Better" campaign
Wells Fargo Survey Shows Need For Knowledge On Same-Sex Finance Issues Among Lesbian And Gay Investors
A recent survey by Wells Fargo has shown that while a majority of lesbian and gay investors feel confident about their financial futures, many are still unaware of the tax burden placed upon same-sex couples because their marraiges are not recognized.