Tyrel Oates, the Wells Fargo employee who last year called on CEO John Stumpf to give everyone in the company a $10,000 raise, resigned from the lender on Friday. Oates said the decision to leave the company was his own, as he pursues a career in the agriculture industry.
Tyrel Oates, the Wells Fargo employee who last year called on CEO John Stumpf to give everyone in the company a $10,000 raise, resigned from the lender on Friday. Oates said the decision to leave the company was his own, as he pursues a career in the agriculture industry. Photo courtesy Tyrel Oates
Tyrel Oates, the Wells Fargo employee who last year called on CEO John Stumpf to give everyone in the company a $10,000 raise, resigned from the lender on Friday. Oates said the decision to leave the company was his own, as he pursues a career in the agriculture industry. Photo courtesy Tyrel Oates

Wells Fargo employee who emailed CEO about pay resigns

April 06, 2015 11:38 AM