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Stumpf exit necessary but not quite sufficient

The Wells Fargo CEO's "retirement" was inevitable, though it came quickly. It clears the way for his successor to fix the culture that led to millions of fake accounts being opened. Along with the $228 bln lender's board, veteran Tim Sloan has to show he can break with the past.
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