The change comes as investors have agitated for new leadership at the board, and as the third largest U.S. lender confronts a sales scandal that has grown beyond millions of unauthorized accounts to harm additional depositors and borrowers.
Duke became a director in 2015 and was named vice chair last year after the scandal broke and led to the resignation of then-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf.
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On Thursday, the Journal reported that Stephen Sanger, who took over the...
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