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Wells Fargo faces 'top-to-bottom' Labor Department review for possible workplace violations

The Labor Department has launched a “top-to-bottom review” of how Wells Fargo & Co. treated employees as it pushed the aggressive sales quotas that led to the bank’s fake-accounts scandal A working group that includes officials from five Labor Department enforcement divisions has been established to...
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