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Stumpf Pay Surrender Buys Time But Lawmakers Say It's Not Enough

"This is a good first effort by Wells Fargo to start to move this behind them," Paul Miller, a banking analyst at FBR Capital Markets & Co., said Wednesday in an interview on Bloomberg Television. "The question is -- and I do not have the answer -- is it enough?"..."There are still dozens of unanswered questions," Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio, the banking committee's top Democrat, said in a statement.
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