Wells Fargo CEO to Face Senate Grilling

John Stumpf is expected to appear before the Senate Banking Committee to face questions over allegations that employees of his bank opened or applied for more than 2 million bank accounts or credit cards without customers' knowledge or permission.
0:19 | 09/20/16

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Fireworks are likely on Capitol Hill today when the CEO of Wells Fargo testifies. John Stumpf is expected to apologize for his bank's practice of selling customers' bank and credit card account they did not authorized. But Stumpf plans to tells the senate banking committee that there was no orchestrated effort or scheme to encourage unethical sales practices.

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