Gary Sinderbrand, a former Wells Fargo executive who subpoenaed the bank as part of a defamation lawsuit against a bank employee, in Northfields, N.J., July 21, 2017. Going far beyond his request, Wells Fargo turned over a vast trove of confidential information about tens of thousands of the bank’s wealthiest clients. The bank says it was accidental.
Gary Sinderbrand, a former Wells Fargo executive who subpoenaed the bank as part of a defamation lawsuit against a bank employee, in Northfields, N.J., July 21, 2017. Going far beyond his request, Wells Fargo turned over a vast trove of confidential information about tens of thousands of the bank’s wealthiest clients. The bank says it was accidental. JESSICA KOURKOUNIS NYT
Gary Sinderbrand, a former Wells Fargo executive who subpoenaed the bank as part of a defamation lawsuit against a bank employee, in Northfields, N.J., July 21, 2017. Going far beyond his request, Wells Fargo turned over a vast trove of confidential information about tens of thousands of the bank’s wealthiest clients. The bank says it was accidental. JESSICA KOURKOUNIS NYT

Wells Fargo accidentally releases trove of confidential data

July 24, 2017 02:42 PM

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