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WARREN: Wells Fargo's former CEO shouldn't 'simply walk away to enjoy his millions in retirement'

John Stumpf has retired as CEO and chairman of Wells Fargo. Senator Elizabeth Warren said that it isn't enough. Warren, the long-time Wall Street critic who called for the resignation of Stumpf during a Senate hearing in September, reiterated her call for Stumpf to return all of his compensation and face a criminal investigation. Warren told Business Insider following the Senate hearing that Stumpf should face charges for not disclosing the opening of 2 million fake accounts under the names of customers without their knowledge to investors in financial statements.
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