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The campaign has also had advisers sign nondisclosure agreements, and in at least one case attempted to lock someone up with a noncompete agreement. Read more


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Axios’s lead sponsor-enabler Mike Allen leads a ‘hometown’ discussion presented by the giant recidivist bank. Read more

Money, Politics and Power


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The workers who blew the whistle on Wells Fargo have joined with other bank employees to win a better life for themselves and a safer economy for the nation. Read more

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The leader of the San Francisco Fed has been tapped to head the New York Fed, the nation’s frontline bank supervisor. That doesn’t augur well. Read more

Economic Policy


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Janet Yellen lowered the boom on the crooked bank—but now finance’s regulators are all Trump appointees. Read more

Economic Policy

The whistleblowing heroes are the bank’s employees who formed the Committee for Better Banks—not that you’d know this from the media’s coverage. Read more

Economic Policy


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Tim Sloan has replaced John Stumpf as Wells Fargo’s New CEO, but some wonder whether such a longtime insider can really change the bank’s culture of customers and employee abuse. Read more

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Target his highest enabler: The Supreme Court. Read more

Economic Policy

The revelations of the bank’s outrageous behavior were in large part a product of a three-year effort to organize frontline workers.  Read more

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