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Wells Fargo Dumped By California, Sued by Law-Abiding Employees

The fallout from Wells Fargo's fake account scandal continued this week, as California suspended its business relationships with the bank and former employers filed two class actions lawsuits, alleging that they were illegally fired for abiding by the law and not opening fake accounts in consumers names. Earlier this......
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