John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, told the Wall Street Journal in a Sept. 13 story that the company’s banking practices that resulted in a $185 million fine is the product of about 5,300 bank workers who failed to “honor” the bank’s culture of treating customers with respect.
John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, told the Wall Street Journal in a Sept. 13 story that the company’s banking practices that resulted in a $185 million fine is the product of about 5,300 bank workers who failed to “honor” the bank’s culture of treating customers with respect. MARK HAMES Charlotte (N.C.) Observer file
John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, told the Wall Street Journal in a Sept. 13 story that the company’s banking practices that resulted in a $185 million fine is the product of about 5,300 bank workers who failed to “honor” the bank’s culture of treating customers with respect. MARK HAMES Charlotte (N.C.) Observer file

Thanks, Wells Fargo, for being such a bunch of weasels

September 16, 2016 8:59 AM

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