Wells Fargo is actively defending itself against what it calls “intentionally misleading” press reports that forced it to cancel a four-day business and recognition event scheduled for Las Vegas. In a full-page advertisement in the February 8 editions of The New York Times and Washington Post, John Stumpf, chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co., defended the company’s corporate events, saying their purpose was to recognize Wells Fargo’s top bankers, tellers, financial advisers, ...

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