Activists protest Wells Fargo in Old Town
March 19, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Activists marked the 160th birthday of Wells Fargo Monday with a protest in Chicago's Old Town neighborhood.
Members of the group Stand Up Chicago marched in front of the Wells Fargo office in the 500 block of North Avenue. They protested what they call the company's profits in the face of numerous foreclosures among the 99 percent.
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