NEW YORK— Wells Fargo is being ordered to reinstate a branch manager it fired in 2011 after the employee tried to blow the whistle on the bank's growing sales practices scandal. The Department of Labor on Friday also ordered Wells Fargo to pay $577,500 in back wages. Wells Fargo fired a California- based branch manager in September 2011 when the manager raised...
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