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Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Announce Multi-Billion Dollar Profits, Remind Everyone How Incredibly Wasteful the Trump Tax Cuts Are
Billions of dollars in lost tax revenue that could have been spent improving education or infrastructure instead padded these banks’ profits and went mostly towards stock buyback programs and bigger CEO bonuses.
Allied Progress Statement on Retirement of Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan
“The problem goes much deeper than one CEO.”
How Convenient! Wells Fargo Quietly Reveals $1M Pay Raise for CEO Tim Sloan
The day after his Congressional grilling over mounting consumer abuses, Wells Fargo announces a $1M pay raise for CEO Tim Sloan.
All ‘Better’ Now?: Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan Feeds Congress a Line of Carriage-Horse Manure About Bank’s ‘Improving’ Culture
ICYMI: Allied Progress’ full-page ad and WellsFargoFacts.com detailing how CEO Tim Sloan’s ever-rising salary has only incentivized customer abuse.
As CEO of Scandal-Plagued Wells Fargo Faces Congressional Hot Seat, Allied Progress Ad Urges Congress to Rein In Bad Banking Behavior
Our ad, “The Unwelcome Wagon,” debuts WellsFargoFacts.com detailing how Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan’s ever-rising salary has only incentivized more consumer abuse.
Thanks Mulvaney! Wells Fargo to Pay-Out Investors, Make Defrauded Customers Wait Years
Mick Mulvaney’s CFPB has again let the grifting bank set the terms for repaying the customers it stole from.
Why Sen. Collins Voted to Give Companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax a Free Pass on Bad Behavior
Maine Senator had 3.5 million reasons to gut CFPB’s rule on forced arbitration and none were a benefit to consumers
Why Sen. Murkowski Voted to Give Companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax a Free Pass on Bad Behavior
Alaska Senator had 2 million reasons to gut CFPB’s rule on forced arbitration and none were a benefit to consumers
Pence Breaks Senate Tie Giving Companies Like Wells Fargo and Equifax “Get Out of Jail Free Card”
Senate votes to repeal CFPB’s rule on forced arbitration.
Fox Guarding the Henhouse: Noreika’s Fight for Forced Arbitration
Conflicts of interest run deep for acting comptroller of the currency