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Wells Fargo circles stagecoaches for Stumpf deputy

Management moves give more power to COO Tim Sloan and make him even better placed to succeed boss John Stumpf. It's not clear, however, why the man who was CFO and oversaw retail banking as the fake-accounts scandal unfolded should be CEO. Wells Fargo will have to make the case.
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