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John Stumpf's resignation from Wells Fargo won't solve the bank's management problem

Wells Fargo Chairman and Chief Executive John Stumpf fulfilled the prediction of a growing volume of tea leaves Wednesday by announcing his immediate resignation from the bank company. Stumpf’s departure is a clear sign that the bank wishes to put its scandal, in which employees laboring under...
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