With a ruling Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court revived a long-running whistleblower lawsuit that accused Wachovia’s investment bank of violating accounting rules and skirting internal controls to pursue short-term profits. Wells Fargo bought Wachovia in 2008.
With a ruling Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court revived a long-running whistleblower lawsuit that accused Wachovia’s investment bank of violating accounting rules and skirting internal controls to pursue short-term profits. Wells Fargo bought Wachovia in 2008. Eric Thayer Bloomberg
With a ruling Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court revived a long-running whistleblower lawsuit that accused Wachovia’s investment bank of violating accounting rules and skirting internal controls to pursue short-term profits. Wells Fargo bought Wachovia in 2008. Eric Thayer Bloomberg

Supreme Court breathes new life into whistleblower case against Wells Fargo

February 21, 2017 02:19 PM

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