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|Thursday, July 08, 2010|
Wells Fargo is shutting down its consumer finance division, eliminating about 90 jobs in Oregon and Southwest Washington, and almost 3,800 jobs nationwide.
The closure marks a move away from controversial subprime mortgage loans, which were partially responsible for starting the recession two years ago.
Read the full report at OregonLive.com.
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