Oct 12, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, October 13, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about Wells Fargo's CEO, who has decided to step down; chat with a former Wells Fargo banker who recently settled a lawsuit against the company over stress caused by sales quotas; and the Wallace Foundation's…

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Schooling the principals

Oct 13, 2016
The Wallace Foundation announces a grant to strengthen training programs for school principals.
Half of new principals leave within three years, according to a School Leaders Network report.
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What makes a piece of artwork valuable?

Oct 13, 2016
The art market has a 'weird relationship' with art history, critic Blake Gopnik says.
A portrait of Jan Six by Rembrandt van Rijn. 
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Former Wells Fargo employee shares pressure he felt over sales quotas

Oct 13, 2016
Over many years, bank workers opened more than 2 million accounts and credit cards without customers' permission.

Can Wells Fargo come back from its fake accounts scandal?

Oct 13, 2016
The Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal, how drug coupons can lead to higher sales, and art history's influence on the art market.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about Wells Fargo’s CEO, who has decided to step down; chat with a former Wells Fargo banker who recently settled a lawsuit against the company over stress caused by sales quotas; and the Wallace Foundation’s $47 million initiative to improve school principal retention. 

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC