Wells Fargo: Repairing a Damaged Brand

Can the bank once seen as the best-managed in America recover its premium valuation after a series of scandals?

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By Robert Armstrong and Laura Noonan

Tim Sloan thinks that Wells Fargo is “the best bank in the world”. After more than two years as chief executive of the scandal-riven lender, he is…

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