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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf To Retire Effective Immediately

The most anticlimiatic and predictable outcome to the biggest banking scandal to rock Wall Street in recent years, Wells Fargo;s fraudulent creation of 2 million (or more) fake customer accounts, has just concluded in the only possible way: with CEO and Chairman John Stumpf retiring.  

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The Economic "Recovery" Feels Weak Because The Great Recession Never Really Ended

With the worst of the great recession, supposedly, behind us, The Real News Network's Kim Brown notes that many economic analysts still see signs that we’re not yet completely out of the woods. A new report released Wednesday by the International Monetary Fund shows that some banks in the United States and Europe may not be strong enough to survive another downturn, even with States assistance.

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