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  • Wells Fargo CEO grilled by lawmakers on whether or not bank will use forced arbitration in the future

    Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan is expected to tell the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday morning that he’s “deeply sorry” for the bank’s massive sales scandal, the latest effort by the company to make amends on Capitol Hill.

Wells Fargo CEO grilled by lawmakers on whether or not bank will use forced arbitration in the future

Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan is expected to tell the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday morning that he’s “deeply sorry” for the bank’s massive sales scandal, the latest effort by the company to make amends on Capitol Hill.