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Wells Fargo CEO faces more anger from lawmakers

The CEO of Wells Fargo was the target of more outrage on Capitol Hill Thursday. Testifying before the House Financial Services Committee, John Stumpf told lawmakers once again he's "deeply sorry" for his company's scandal over fake accounts. (Sept. 29)        
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