More bad news for Wells Fargo

Andy Uhler Aug 31, 2018
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A cable car passes by a Wells Fargo branch. The banking company has a team of historians to research and document the family histories of its top clients.  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

More bad news for Wells Fargo

Andy Uhler Aug 31, 2018
A cable car passes by a Wells Fargo branch. The banking company has a team of historians to research and document the family histories of its top clients.  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Wells Fargo is back in the news, again. And, again, it’s for the wrong reasons. The company announced on Thursday it has fired or suspended more than a dozen employees for allegedly forging meal receipts on expense reports. The news comes as Wells Fargo tries to turn itself around after two years of scandals. 

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