Wells Fargo Chairman Stephen Sanger is shown here in this 2000 photo when he was CEO and chairman of General Mills.
Wells Fargo Chairman Stephen Sanger is shown here in this 2000 photo when he was CEO and chairman of General Mills. Kathy Willens
Wells Fargo Chairman Stephen Sanger is shown here in this 2000 photo when he was CEO and chairman of General Mills. Kathy Willens

Wells Fargo fallout: Will chairman be next to go?

August 10, 2017 12:04 PM

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