Wells Fargo is taking more heat over revelations its employees opened millions of fraudulent customer accounts to meet sales goals. It’s a stunning reversal for a bank long seen as a stable, conservative Main Street lender, a homey alternative to Wall Street banks – an image embodied in its red-and-gold stagecoach logo.
Wells Fargo is taking more heat over revelations its employees opened millions of fraudulent customer accounts to meet sales goals. It’s a stunning reversal for a bank long seen as a stable, conservative Main Street lender, a homey alternative to Wall Street banks – an image embodied in its red-and-gold stagecoach logo. Joe Raedle Getty Images
Wells Fargo is taking more heat over revelations its employees opened millions of fraudulent customer accounts to meet sales goals. It’s a stunning reversal for a bank long seen as a stable, conservative Main Street lender, a homey alternative to Wall Street banks – an image embodied in its red-and-gold stagecoach logo. Joe Raedle Getty Images
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September 17, 2016 11:58 AM

What’s next for Wells Fargo after ‘image has been shattered’?

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