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Wells Fargo doesn't want you to know that its scandal really hasn’t hurt the bank

Wells Fargo's reputation has taken it on the chin for the last month. The scandal surrounding the opening of 2 million accounts without customers consent by retail banking employees has forced CEO John Stumpf to testify before Congress and led to California and Illinois suspending business with the bank for 12 months. This has been a huge hit to the image of Wells Fargo, but according to the Wall Street Journal, it hasn't impacted the business too much.
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