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Wells Fargo CEO faces bipartisan wrath during fiery Senate panel hearing

Wells Fargo CEO faces bipartisan wrath during fiery Senate panel hearing

The trouble at Wells Fargo &  Co. started small, with a few employees at branches opening bogus accounts as they tried to meet aggressive sales goals and keep their jobs.

Now, after an incendiary hearing during which U.S. senators told the bank’s chief executive he should resign and face criminal charges, it’s morphed into a widening scandal that has at least temporarily united Democrats and Republicans in Washington -- and could spread well beyond Wells Fargo. 

Members of the Senate Banking Committee pilloried John Stumpf, CEO and chairman of the San Francisco banking giant, over revelations that thousands of...

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