If you had to believe one of the following people, who would you choose?
Heather Bresch, CEO of Mylan, makers of the EpiPen: “The misconception about our profits is understandable, and at least partly due to the complex environment in which pharmaceutical prices are determined.”
John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo: “First of all, this was by 1% of our people.”
Janet Yellen, chair of the Federal Reserve Board: “In general, I would not say that asset valuations are out of line with historical norms.”
Two of the three people above were brought before Congressional committees so they could be scolded by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and other upstanding, ethically pure members of Congress. Which two?
And finally, which of the three people above have had the greatest impact on you and on the economy?
Mr. Stumpf’s days as CEO of Wells Fargo are apparently numbered, because some of his company’s minions decided to open accounts for bank customers who never authorized them to be opened. This was done by employees to make quotas and earn bonuses.