terça-feira, 20 de setembro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Lawmakers to Grill Wells Fargo’s CEO on Sales Practices

Lawmakers to Grill Wells Fargo’s CEO on Sales Practices

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will appear before the Senate Banking Committee to discuss alleged improper sales tactics. He likely will face questions about who in the bank’s upper reaches was disciplined, as well as his own stewardship. in a day

Carrie Tolstedt: In the Eye of the Wells Fargo Storm

The executive who oversaw the lender’s retail operations was known for her dogged attention to detail. Senators want to know how the allegedly illegal sales practices could have escaped her notice. in 21 hours

Pipeline Break Sends Gasoline Prices Surging in Southeast

Gasoline prices have surged across the Southeast, as the partial closure of a major pipeline has left some gas stations scrambling for fuel and many drivers stuck in lines to fill their tanks. in 21 hours

Ad Buyers Bet First Presidential Debate Will Hurt NFL Ratings

The Sept. 26 presidential debate between is expected to reduce ratings for ESPN’s Monday Night Football. in a day
Elizabeth, N.J., Mayor Chris Bollwage explains how the family of Ahmad Khan Rahami first became familiar to officials when they opened a chicken restaurant in 2002. Photo: Getty Images
Elizabeth, N.J., Mayor Chris Bollwage explains how the family of Ahmad Khan Rahami first became familiar to officials when they opened a chicken restaurant in 2002. Photo: Getty Images

How Police Tracked Down Bombing Suspect

Authorities, aided by technology, tips and luck, worked in concert to find and capture the man suspected of setting off homemade bombs in Manhattan and Seaside Park, N.J., that injured 29 people. 93in a day

Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami Known as Quiet, Reserved

Until recently, Ahmad Khan Rahami was best-known in this blue-collar neighborhood as a quiet young man who served fried chicken at his father’s fast-food restaurant. 68in 2 hours

Syria Cease-Fire Falters as Major Powers Conduct Talks

International powers with interests in Syria, including the U.S., Saudi Arabia, Iran and Russia, will meet after a cease-fire deal the U.S. had framed as the ‘last chance’ for a united Syria appeared to be shredding. in a day
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