U.S. Bancorp bounces back with $2.5B stock repurchase

Talley, Karen
June 1998
American Banker;6/10/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 109, p1
Trade Publication
Presents information on a stock repurchasing program launched by U.S. Bancorp. Factors which motivated this action by the company; Comments by John R. Danielson, a senior vice president with the company; Terms of U.S. Bancorp's stock repurchasing program; Reference to the termination of a partnership between Wells Fargo and Company and U.S. Bancorp; Circumstances surrounding the dissolution of the partnership; Advantages of the stock repurchasing program.


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