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Mick Mulvaney

Time for Congress to stop hollering at CEOs and take action

Time for Congress to stop hollering at CEOs and take action

Last week, Congress engaged in a bipartisan barrage of CEO bashing.

The Senate Banking Committee assailed Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf for pushing employees to create as many as 2 million bogus bank and credit card accounts without customer consent -- making customers pay overdraft and late fees on accounts they never knew they had.

Louisiana Republican David Vitter pressed Mr. Stumpf on when he knew about the wrongdoing. "In 2011, about 1,000 employees were fired over this," said Mr. Vitter, incredulously, "and you were never told about that?"

Meanwhile, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform criticized Mylan NV CEO Heather Bresch...

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