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Cox: Old Wells Fargo rot could stop at John Stumpf

The U.S. mega-bank's aggressive cross-selling culture traces back to its Norwest era, as does the stubbornness projected to Congress by its CEO. Given his age and poor response, Stumpf's era is endangered. Wells Fargo's board may have to alter and accelerate a succession plan.
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