The Wellsgate-related questions keep multiplying for other banks.

Here's the latest example: Bank of America said Tuesday it doesn't try to sell customers unneeded products, which Wells has been accused of doing. If that's true, and if Wells' aggressive cross-selling was one of the main reasons for its big branch network, then why does Bo A argue that it still needs almost 5,000 branches?

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