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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf arrived at a bruising Capitol Hill hearing with his right hand already wrapped.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren lit into the CEO of Wells Fargo, blasting him personally and saying he should resign.
CEO John Stumpf pledges expanded review of customer accounts as senators push for pay clawbacks.
Brian Faux helped rewrite mortgage policy after the 2007 housing crisis. Now he wants to rewrite how mortgages are bought and sold.
CEO John Stumpf tells a Senate panel Wells Fargo "failed to fulfill our responsibilities to our customers, our team members and the American public."
As the bank heads to Capitol Hill for testimony on a fake accounts scandal, Wells Fargo may have one thing going its way.
The overseas cash stash continues to swell, with only scant hope of it being brought back home as Washington continues to debate repatriation.
The scope and length of time of the unsolicited account mess at Wells Fargo needs to be probed, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The head of the bank that came out of the financial crisis relatively unscathed now faces the Senate Banking Committee a over a far-reaching scandal.
Shareholder Gerald Armstrong wants a shake-up at Wells Fargo, including the exit of CEO John Stumpf.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including ASNA, SEAS, RCL, CHK and more.
According to a Monday filing, the billionaire chairman of Icahn Enterprises has reduced his stake in the company.
Wall Street may find the need to freak out over whether the Fed is going to raise rates, but for Main Street the concern is remote.
It’s survival of the fattest in private equity-land, and the new dynamic may force more M&A among investment firms.
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