Wells, That Didn't Take Long
0 comment Thursday, June 12, 2014 |

Today, sawing the legs off a burgeoning story, Wells Fargo fired Cheronda Guyton, its wayward senior vice president, for appropriating bank-owned property for personal use. In other words, she partied at a lush bank-owned beach house all summer long.
I posted about it here.
Wells Fargo told the LA Times, "a single team member was responsible for violating our company policies. As a result, employment of this individual has been terminated."
And, "We deeply regret the activities that have taken place as they do not reflect the conduct we expect of our team members," the statement added.
Alrighty then.
I still find it curious that Wells Fargo hasn't feigned ignorance about Ms. Guyton's beach bungalow festivities. No, "Gosh, we're shocked, we had no idea" statement issued.
Perhaps their "silence speaks the loudest." But with the story effectively killed, we'll probably never know and pretty soon we'll stop caring.