We are blessed in North Carolina with many different professional golf tournament options: The Wells Fargo (at Quail Hollow), The Wyndom in Greensboro, The SAS (Champions Tour) in Cary…and of course, one of the best […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — If J.B. Holmes ever needs a reminder of just how far he’s come, he only has to look in his closet. That’s where he keeps part of his skull.
Mac and Jim spoke with Sir Nick Faldo about the upcoming Wells Fargo Chapionship. Topics include Tiger’s absence, the course, and the perks of a title
Tiger Woods had surgery on his ailing back and said Tuesday he will miss the Masters for the first time in his career.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Wells Fargo will lay off about 150 workers in the Charlotte area as the company’s home mortgage refinancing business slows. The cuts announced Wednesday come after the bank laid off more […]
Mac Attack 05/06/13: Jason Sobel of the Golf Channel and Golfchannel.com joined the guys to recap all the happening from the weekend at the Wells Fargo Tournament.
(CBS Charlotte) — On April 20, 2013, hundreds of people will gather at the Duke Energy Center in Charlotte for a unique race inside the building. Climbers will race to the top of the Duke […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — An investment banker at Wells Fargo Securities and his longtime friend passed along insider tips on pending company mergers to friends or family members in five states that generated more than […]
It is time once again for the PGA Tour to come to Charlotte for the Wells Fargo Championship. Originally the Wachovia Championship, the Wells Fargo Championship began in 2003 with a different winner every year. Seven out of nine of those winners, including 2007 winner Tiger Woods, have been American. Quail Hollow is one of the tougher courses on the PGA tour, with holes 16 to 18 known as The Green Mile. This year promises to be one of the best, and with this year’s competition, it’s anyone’s game.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Wells Fargo & Co. said Thursday that its subsidiary Wells Fargo Bank will pay $148.2 million to settle allegations of anti-competitive practices, such as municipal bond bid-rigging, by Wachovia Bank employees before it was acquired in 2008.