Wells Fargo fires thousands of workers for opening 2 million bogus bank accounts
A Wells Fargo bank on Oct. 11, 2013 in Oakland, California. (AFP)

WASHINGTON -- A federal banking industry regulator has fined Wells Fargo after its employees were found to have secretly opened deposit and credit card accounts in order to meet sales quotas. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Thursday that workers at the banking giant, which has 294 branches in New Jersey, opened up to 2 million…