Wells Fargo seeing fewer new customers after sales scandal

Wells Fargo is still seeing a slowdown in activity at branches nationwide as it tries to recover from a scandal over its sales practices. The bank said Friday that the number of new checking accounts opened fell 31 percent in January from a year ago, and applications for credit cards were down 47 percent. Branch bankers had 14 percent fewer interactions with customers. There are signs of stabilization, though. While checking and credit cards applications and traffic were all down from a yea...