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The Fed Took On Wells Fargo. What About Everyone Else?
Janet Yellen's parting shot won't kill the greed.
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Fed Lowers The Boom On Wells Fargo After Years Of Grotesque Scandals
By Pete Schroeder and Lauren Tara LaCapra, Reuters
In an unprecedented move, the Fed ordered the bank to halt growth over compliance issues.
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Republicans Didn't Promise Tax Reform Would Deliver A Smattering Of Bonuses
Bonuses are well and good, but the goal was wage gains over the long term.
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Florida Man Beats Up ATM For Giving Him Too Much Cash, Police Say
Money! It's what he didn't want.
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Corporations Are Trying To Sell The GOP's Narrative On Tax Cuts
, Guest Writer
Bonuses for workers are smart PR, but they don't mean Republicans' trickle-down fantasies are coming true.
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Navajo Nation Sues Wells Fargo Over 'Outrageous,' Predatory Practices
The lawsuit claims the bank manipulated Navajo elders into opening savings accounts they didn't need.
Report: Wells Fargo Bankers Overcharged Hundreds In Latest Scandal
Business clients paid inflated foreign transaction fees, sources tell the WSJ.
Did You Know Trump Made It Easier For Banks To Get Away With Screwing The Poor And Minorities?
Professor of History at SUNY-Empire State College
Let’s start by talking about Republican economic philosophy. To be sure, popular vote loser Donald Trump has not played a
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Man’s Attempt At Using Google To Rob A Bank Backfires Spectacularly
William Johnson needed money, so he searched the internet for a bank robbery how-to, police said.
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Congress Must Act To End Corporate Greed And Abusive Practices
Remington A. Gregg
Counsel for Civil Justice and Consumer Rights
Companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax should not be allowed to cheat consumers with impunity.
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Eduardo Munoz / Reuters
Big Institutions: Immunities, Impunities and Insanities
Consumer advocate, lawyer and author
One of the first times I used the phrase “institutional insanity” was in 1973 to describe the behavior of scientist Dixy
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The Equifax Scandal Could Complicate GOP Efforts To Gut A New Consumer Protection
And some conservatives are telling Republicans to back off.
Attorney Linda Tirelli Defines Robo-Signing For Clueless Steven Mnuchin
New York filmmaker/author/blogger
It seemed like the Treasury Secretary doth protest a bit too much as a Shakespearean drama unfolded at a July 27th meeting
How Does Your Bank Lie To You? Let Me Count The Ways.
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
You should not trust your bank blindly.
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Wells Fargo Refused To Criticize Trump On Climate Because The Bank Is Already Hated
Alexander C. Kaufman
Internal emails show the bank won’t take political positions after its fake accounts scandal.
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Cities Too Can Be Victims Of Housing Discrimination, Supreme Court Rules
But proving that banks' misconduct harmed the cities directly will be an uphill battle.
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Wells Fargo Execs Behind Sham Account Scandal Forced To Pay Millions Back To Company
The bank is set to take back over $180 million in forfeitures, clawbacks and compensation adjustments.
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