Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf (right) greets employees after being introduced by Wachovia CEO Bob Steel (left) during an employee gathering inside the Wachovia Atrium in October 2008.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf (right) greets employees after being introduced by Wachovia CEO Bob Steel (left) during an employee gathering inside the Wachovia Atrium in October 2008. DAVID T. FOSTER III DAVID T. FOSTER III-dtfoster@cha
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf (right) greets employees after being introduced by Wachovia CEO Bob Steel (left) during an employee gathering inside the Wachovia Atrium in October 2008. DAVID T. FOSTER III DAVID T. FOSTER III-dtfoster@cha

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