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In the ongoing scandal engulfing Wells Fargo, the bank says it fired wrongdoers. But some workers say they were trying to blow the whistle and Wells Fargo fired them. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Workers Say Wells Fargo Unfairly Scarred Their Careers

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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Steps Down

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The entrance to Wells Fargo Headquarters on California Street in San Francisco. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Former Wells Fargo Employees Describe Toxic Sales Culture, Even At HQ

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The Scandal That Envelops Wells Fargo Keeps Growing

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A City Looks To STEM School To Lift Economy, But Will Grads Stay?

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Wells Fargo Fires 5,000 Employees Over Fake Accounts

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'Mystery Shoppers' Help U.S. Regulators Fight Racial Discrimination At Banks

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A roofer works on a home in Chapel Hill, N.C. A rebound in spending on home remodeling is a good sign for the U.S. economy. But a shortage of skilled workers is restraining activity. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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There's A Home Renovation Boom, But Good Luck Finding A Contractor

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University Employees Sue Yale, MIT And NYU Over Retirement Plan Fees

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Wal-Mart Acquires Jet.Com For $3.3 Billion To Challenge Amazon

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