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ELIZABETH WARREN: Wells Fargo's CEO losing $41 million in stock is a 'small step' but not enough

Elizabeth Warren doesn't think Wells Fargo went far enough by taking away $41 million in stock-based compensation from CEO John Stumpf.  In a tweetstorm on Wednesday, the Democratic Senator from Massachusetts said that the clawback authorized by the Wells board of directors was a "small step in the right direction," but not a complete solution. "Wells Fargo CEO  Stumpf will be just fine: he keeps his job & most of the money he made while massive fraud went on under his nose," Warren tweeted.
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