John Stumpf, CEO of San Francisco-based Wells Fargo, on Thursday added his signature to a letter urging Gov. Pat McCrory and state lawmakers to repeal House Bill 2.
John Stumpf, CEO of San Francisco-based Wells Fargo, on Thursday added his signature to a letter urging Gov. Pat McCrory and state lawmakers to repeal House Bill 2. MARK HAMES
John Stumpf, CEO of San Francisco-based Wells Fargo, on Thursday added his signature to a letter urging Gov. Pat McCrory and state lawmakers to repeal House Bill 2. MARK HAMES
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