Three Democratic senators are raising questions about whether Wells Fargo retaliated against whistleblowers by filing defamatory reports with a regulator in the latest fallout from a fake accounts scandal.
Three Democratic senators are raising questions about whether Wells Fargo retaliated against whistleblowers by filing defamatory reports with a regulator in the latest fallout from a fake accounts scandal. CX Matiash AP
Three Democratic senators are raising questions about whether Wells Fargo retaliated against whistleblowers by filing defamatory reports with a regulator in the latest fallout from a fake accounts scandal. CX Matiash AP

Senators ask whether Wells Fargo retaliated against employee whistleblowers

November 03, 2016 03:00 PM

UPDATED November 03, 2016 04:43 PM

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