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DealBook | Today's News: Wells Fargo Subpoenaed, Another Merger in Agriculture, a Fragile Rebound - September 15, 2016

  Thursday, September 15, 2016   By Amie Tsang When DealBook reported that Wells Fargo had been fined for thousands of its employees opening accounts without customers’ consent, one of our readers wrote to ask what comes next legally for the lender.

DealBook | Today's News - September 8, 2016: The Tech Reformation, Low Caliber Credit, China’s Debt Burden

By Amie Tsang Thursday, September 8, 2016 The cloud is looming and the technology industry is scrambling for cover.

DealBook | Today's News on September 1, 2016: Female Lawyers Challenge Gender Bias, Potential for Banking Mergers, Abbot and Alere Point Fingers and a Silicon Dream Collapses

By Amie Tsang “Women are no longer going to be cowed into believing that they have to stay silent or suffer the label that says ‘undesirable colleague.’” — Michele Coleman Mayes, chairwoman of the American Bar Association’s commission on women in the profession.

DealBook | Today's News - August 30, 2016: Truck of Takata Airbag Parts Explodes, Apple Faces Taxes, Mondelez Abandons Hershey.

  By Amie Tsang A woman was killed in her home and four other people were injured when a truck carrying Takata airbag parts crashed and detonated in Texas last week. The blast demonstrated just how potent the explosives used to activate Takata airbags are, creating an explosion so immense that the victim’s remains were not found for two days.