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Wells Fargo to Pay Up to $2.5M to Settle Wachovia Suits

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Tue, 25 Dec 2012

The nation's fourth-biggest bank by assets said in a filing with the Securities Exchange Commission on Friday that its board would improve some of its governing practices as part of the proposed pact.

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