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Open thread for night owls: New boss at Wells Fargo same as the old boss?

David Dayen at The Intercept reports: Just Four Months Ago, New Wells Fargo Chief Said No Changes in Sales Strategy: Wells Fargo’s New CEO, Tim Sloan, told a leading industry trade publication in June 2016 that the bank’s aggressive sales culture and “cross-selling” targets was perfectly appropriate and “is not going to change.” This was years after top executives at the bank knew that thousands of their employees were responding to those sales targets by generating fake accounts.
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