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Wells Fargo's New CEO Already Sounding A Little Stressed

NEW YORK ? On Friday, Wells Fargo went on the defensive during its first earnings call since admitting last month to scamming customers by opening accounts in their names. During the nearly 90-minute call, newly minted CEO Timothy J. Sloan offered few details about how the banking giant planned to change its ways. He repeatedly avoided answering questions about the scandal by citing an ongoing probe by independent investigators hired by the board of directors.
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