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Wells Fargo has its own troubles 10 years after saving Wachovia. Some wonder: What if?

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, right, greets employees after being introduced by Wachovia CEO Bob Steel, left, during an employee gathering in Charlotte on the merger announced in October 2008.
NC egg farm had rodents and butt-scratching workers — and a salmonella outbreak, feds say
Amazon is saying 'no gays, no way' to states without LGBTQ protections, report says
How much is growth impacting Jordan Lake? Local leaders see for themselves.
Wells Fargo hit with big penalties for mortgage, auto insurance practices
Big enough for Amazon or Apple? RTP player adds to its holdings.


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