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Doug's Dozen: 12 Ways Wells Fargo CEO Might Have Injured His Hand

We all saw how Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf endured sharp questioning about his bank taking depositors' funds to secretly open new accounts and charge them fees. But what's the explanation for his bandaged hand? Well, I've got several possibilities. In fact, here are... Doug's Dozen: 12 Ways Wells Fargo CEO Might Have Injured His Hand 1. Was "taking out a loan" when 7-Eleven clerk slammed the cash drawer.
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