Trouble finds Wells Fargo once again
Aug 31, 2018

Trouble finds Wells Fargo once again

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(U.S. Edition) The U.S. and European Union seem to have reignited their feud over trade. The EU offered to drop European car tariffs if the U.S. followed suit, but President Trump declined to do so in an interview. Where does this leave the two sides? Also, Wells Fargo is making bad news again. This time, the bank suspended or fired more than a dozen employees over forged meal receipts. Then, we head to the Minnesota State Fair, which can tell us a lot about trade and agriculture if you look past the food on a stick – or right at it. Today's show is sponsored by Indeed (Indeed.com/marketplace) and Ladder (ladderlife.com). (08/31/2018)

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More bad news for Wells Fargo

Aug 31, 2018
After two years of scandals, now the bank is dealing with employees who forged meal receipts.
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. 
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(U.S. Edition) The U.S. and European Union seem to have reignited their feud over trade. The EU offered to drop European car tariffs if the U.S. followed suit, but President Trump declined to do so in an interview. Where does this leave the two sides? Also, Wells Fargo is making bad news again. This time, the bank suspended or fired more than a dozen employees over forged meal receipts. Then, we head to the Minnesota State Fair, which can tell us a lot about trade and agriculture if you look past the food on a stick – or right at it. Today’s show is sponsored by Indeed (Indeed.com/marketplace) and Ladder (ladderlife.com). (08/31/2018)

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC