Maxine Waters chairs the House Financial Services Committee and is holding a hearing today on Wells Fargo and their "responsibilities"? We are there for the beating they will get.
"I felt belittled. I can't tell you the emotions I felt," said 78-year-old Barbara Carroll.
Promising poll numbers and proven grassroots organizational skills make this race a very good investment.
Wells Fargo’s CEO faced a rough grilling. That’s a start.
Wells Fargo used job insecurity, poverty-level wages, extreme sales quotas and high pressure as financial incentives to force employees to fraudulently open accounts.
Go Elizabeth Warren!
Hearing before Senate Banking Committee 9/20/2016
The funny thing is, he then joined a bank that sponsors a gay pride event.
Oates’ letter comes at a time when income inequality has become a hotly debated topic in the U.S.
Federal guidelines require prosecutors to weigh the broader economic consequences of charging corporations. What about the consequences of NOT charging them?
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