Five Things You Should Read

September 1, 2017

The latest Wells Fargo scandal, CEOs show support for DACA program, and how to fight sexism at work.

Wells Fargo Boosts Fake-Account Estimate 67% to 3.5 Million

Bloomberg

Bank says it will pay $10.7 million in customer compensation.

Pushback Rises on Disclosure of Auditor, Audit Committee Talks

Compliance Week (Subscription may be required)

Despite calls for more transparency around the discussions between audit committees and auditors, angst still runs deep about giving investors any kind of visibility into that dialogue.

Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and 300 Other Companies Urge Trump to Protect Dreamers

Fast Company

The CEOs of some 300 companies have signed an open letter to Trump to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

How To Plan For A Victory Lap Retirement

Forbes

A Victory Lap Retirement means spending years combining work and leisure between the time you quit a full-time job and stop work entirely.

Men Who Want to Fight Sexism at Work: Read Sheryl Sandberg's Blunt Advice

Quartz

For years, Sheryl Sandberg has been at the forefront of women’s fight for professional equality.