Chicago Ends Business With Wells Fargo as Fallout GrowsBy
Measure approved by city council with support from the mayor
Decision comes after Illinois, California take similar steps
Chicago is severing business ties with Wells Fargo & Co. for a year after the bank paid penalties to settle claims that employees opened accounts without customers’ consent to meet sales goals.
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