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Exclusive: Wells Fargo planned to eventually tell public about auto insurance problems - executive

NEW YORK Wells Fargo & Co began examining the way its auto lending unit enrolled borrowers into insurance policies a year ago, but did not plan to disclose problems it uncovered until it was ready to issue reimbursements to affected customers, its head of consumer lending told Reuters on Friday.

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Monetizing the Dallas Cowboys brand

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