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In Wells Fargo Shakeup, Former Fed Governor Elizabeth Duke Becomes Vice Chair

Elizabeth 'Betsy' Duke, a longtime regional banker who sat on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve during the financial crisis, is ascending into one of the financial industry's biggest roles as Wells Fargo vice chair.
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