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Hightower: The Ethical Rot of Wells Fargo, From the Top Down

Click here for reuse options! The bosses' sales culture turned employees into a syndicate of bank robbers. Just when you thought Big Banker greed surely bottomed out with 2008's Wall Street crash and bailout, along comes Wells Fargo, burrowing even deeper into the ethical slime to reach a previously unimaginable level of corporate depravity. It's one thing for these giants of finance to cook the books or defraud investors, but top executives of Wells Fargo have been profiteering for years by forcing their employees to rob the bank's customers.
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