To stem PR crisis, Wells Fargo fires employee accused of partying in bank-owned home

Wells Fargo is doing something about its budding PR crisis that started after word leaked that an employee threw parties at a bank-owned home. The bank is firing someone. The company fired Cheronda Guyton, a senior vice president responsible for commercial foreclosed properties, for hosting parties at a Malibu home the bank had foreclosed upon. The previous owners are reportedly victims of Bernie Madoff. The Los Angeles Times cited a Wells Fargo report that described “…

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