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The unusual change Wells Fargo made to its board as it tries to move beyond the fake accounts scandal

Incoming chief executive Tim Sloan is not the only new leader taking over at Wells Fargo as the embattled bank tries to turn the page on the damage caused by its fake accounts scandal. The boardroom will too, as Wells Fargo becomes only the second bank among the largest U.S. players to have a separate chairman and CEO -- and one of […]
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