Wells Fargo is facing calls to “clawback” compensation that has been awarded to the retiring executive who ran the bank unit snared in an $185 settlement announced last week over the creation of phony accounts.
Wells Fargo is facing calls to “clawback” compensation that has been awarded to the retiring executive who ran the bank unit snared in an $185 settlement announced last week over the creation of phony accounts. Joe Raedle Getty Images
Wells Fargo is facing calls to “clawback” compensation that has been awarded to the retiring executive who ran the bank unit snared in an $185 settlement announced last week over the creation of phony accounts. Joe Raedle Getty Images

Should Wells Fargo ‘claw back’ compensation for retiring executive?

September 13, 2016 2:31 PM

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