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  • Mr. Stumpf goes to Washington

    Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf testified Tuesday before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, saying he was "deeply sorry" for the unauthorized opening of customer accounts that resulted in the bank paying $185 million in fines. Here are highlights of the hearing.

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf testified Tuesday before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, saying he was "deeply sorry" for the unauthorized opening of customer accounts that resulted in the bank paying $185 million in fines. Here are highlights of the hearing. Video: C-SPAN, McClatchy Washington Bureau; Photo: AP
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf testified Tuesday before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday, saying he was "deeply sorry" for the unauthorized opening of customer accounts that resulted in the bank paying $185 million in fines. Here are highlights of the hearing. Video: C-SPAN, McClatchy Washington Bureau; Photo: AP
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