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  • Elizabeth Warren to Wells Fargo CEO: 'You should resign'

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren called on Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf to step down during a Sept. 20 Senate Banking Committee hearing for his role in the bank's unauthorized accounts scandal.

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