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In the hot seats

10 April 2019 By John Foley

Seven top Wall Street executives faced a congressional grilling armed with strong balance sheets but only bland answers. Wells Fargo’s Tim Sloan quit after he appeared alone. His peers had company. But that highlighted some issues, like pay distortions, as an industry problem.

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