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How Wells Fargo is trying to regain customers' trust

Wells Fargo & Co. is trying to regain customers’ trust in the wake of the biggest banking scandal since the financial crisis. On Wednesday, customers received a letter from the bank saying that its actions “did not live up to our commitment.” “Over the last several weeks, you may have heard about...
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