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Wells Fargo is in hot water after paying a hefty fine for opening up fake bank accounts, raising many questions about what lies ahead for the bank.
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A law firm is reportedly advising Wells Fargo (WFC) on whether it should claw back certain executives' pay.
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Wells Fargo's (WFC) scandal came out when the Justice Department is looking to use its new guidelines to crack down on banks, the New York Times' Jim Stewart said.
U.S. senators including Elizabeth Warren have written a letter asking the Labor Department to investigate whether Wells Fargo properly compensated employees who worked extra hours to meet sales targets.
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Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) announced today that the company will donate $250,000 to support Unite Charlotte, a new community fund established in response to the recent unrest in Charlotte.
Wells Fargo (WFC) CEO John Stumpf has resigned from his position on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco's Federal Advisory Council.
Goldman Sachs said Wells Fargo could owe as little as $50 million to customers who were harmed by the illegal account openings, a cost the firm said is 'manageable.'
Wells Fargo found itself in some hot water over the past week after paying a hefty fine for opening up fake bank accounts.
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The "Fast Money Halftime Report" panel on CNBC discussed Wells Fargo (WFC) in light of the bank's downgrade at JPMorgan today.
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Jim Cramer says he doesn't expect huge downside for shares of Wells Fargo amid the company's fake bank account scandal.
The CEO answered more like a man trying to protect his job than one trying to protect his shareholders.