Especially for large or publicly traded companies, a major crisis will often involve the sadistic ritual known as “testifying before Congress.” This week, Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan got paddled — it’s the one-year anniversary of the bank’s fake-accounts scandal. But before the lawmakers had their way with him (and they did), Sloan did a decent job addressing the situation in his prepared statement.
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