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... up the markets late last week with an announcement that it had reached an agreement with Wachovia's board to buy Wachovia lock, stock and barrel for a little over $15 billion in stock. "But wait," you say, "Didn't Wachovia already have a deal in place ...
Investopedia · 10/2/2008
Wells Fargo came out of the economic downturn without any major legal trouble despite having swelled in size from its acquisition of Wachovia. The bank also gained from the mortgage refinancing wave, as thousands of customers who switched to Wells …
Trefis · 5/21/2015
Wells Fargo's offer of $15.1 billion in stock for all of Wachovia beats Citi's deal, announced Sept. 29, to buy parts of Wachovia for $2.2 billion in stock. Citi also relied on participation from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to protect Citi from ...
Bloomberg · ByBen Steverman · 10/3/2008
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Under the agreement, Wells Fargo will acquire all outstanding shares of common stock of Wachovia in a stock-for-stock transaction. In the transaction, Wells Fargo will acquire all of Wachovia Corporation and all its businesses and obligations, including ...
Business Wire · 10/2/2008
He previously worked in the Wachovia/Wells Fargo organization ... The company is traded on the New York Stock Exchange FCB, -0.12% and continuously rated Five Stars (Superior) by Bauer Financial, Inc.™, the most widely followed bank rating firm in ...
Market Watch · 5/15/2015
NEW YORK (CNNfn) - First Union Corp. said Monday it has agreed to buy Wachovia Corp. for about $13 billion in stock, a move that would combine two North Carolina-based rivals and create the nation's fourth-largest bank. Wachovia holders will also …
CNN Money · 4/16/2001
CHARLOTTE — On his first day as the new chief executive officer of Wachovia Corp., Robert Steel saw the bank's stock tumble to a 17-year low and faced questions about his ability to rescue the nation's fourth-largest bank from its own missteps and the ...
The Post and Courier · 7/11/2008
Citigroup reiterated its commitment to buy most assets of the troubled Charlotte, N.C., bank despite the failure of the government's financial bailout plan. And Wachovia said it is financially healthy enough to provide support for the remaining parts of ...
Tampa Bay Times · 9/30/2008
The Wachovia Corporation, the Southeast's third-largest bank, agreed to acquire Offitbank Holdings Inc., a global money-management company catering to wealthy investors, for about $200 million in stock. Offitbank, based in New York, manages about $11 …
New York Times · 5/14/1999
mainly because of bad loans made by Golden West. Former Wachovia CEO G. Kennedy Thompson (left) lost his job last month in large part because of the fallout. And Wachovia’s stock price today–cover your eyes–was a piddling $12.24 at the open ...
The Wall Street Journal · 7/22/2008
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Wachovia (former NYSE ticker symbol WB) was a diversified financial services company based in Charlotte, North …
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