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The 10-Point: My Guide to the Day's Top News

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Dry Wells
Wells Fargo Chairman and Chief Executive John Stumpf, under fire for the bank’s sales-tactics scandal and his own handling of its fallout, is stepping down with immediate effect from both roles. Mr. Stumpf will be replaced by President and Chief Operating Officer Timothy J. Sloan and won’t receive a severance package. The board, at Mr. Stumpf’s own recommendation, had previously decided he should relinquish $41 million in unvested equity, one of the biggest-ever forfeitures of pay by a bank chief. He still retires with tens of millions of dollars earned during roughly 35 years at the bank. Mr. Stumpf’s resignation underscores how a squeeze on banks’ profits poses wider economic risks, writes our Capital Account columnist Greg Ip. Meanwhile, we report that big banks are creating new structures to allow their most important parts to keep functioning, even if the parent company has to file for bankruptcy.

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Growth Without Jobs
The technology revolution has delivered Google searches, Facebook friends, iPhone apps and more, all in the past decade and a half. What it hasn’t delivered are many jobs. We explore how the discontent driving Donald Trump’s campaign stems partly from the dashed employment promises of the late 1990s. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump’s attacks on fellow Republicans broadened to all of Capitol Hill, the Justice Department and the FBI on Wednesday, as he condemned the Washington establishment for letting Hillary Clinton off without punishment for her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. While the presidential nominees adjusted to a changed political landscape in the final weeks of the campaign, Mr. Trump also faced fresh controversy over his treatment of women when several news organizations reported incidents in which women said he groped, touched or acted inappropriately toward them.
Close Call
Federal Reserve officials decided only after considerable disagreement to hold interest rates steady at their September meeting but expected to raise them “relatively soon” thereafter. Several officials viewed the decision as a “close call,” with some wanting to move then and others preferring to wait a bit longer in hopes of seeing more improvement in the labor market, according to minutes of the Sept. 20-21 meeting, released Wednesday. The minutes largely reinforced market and analyst expectations of a Fed move in December, after the U.S. presidential election. The central bank has two more policy meetings this year, in early November and mid-December. The minutes reveal a growing divide among Fed officials, who disagree over how much lower the unemployment rate can go before the economy overheats and inflation gets out of hand.
Exercise Habits
How your gym’s equipment is arranged is affecting how you work out. As competition grows, more clubs are using data analysis, consultants and Wi-Fi-connected equipment to quantify customers’ preferences. In general, many gyms have too much expensive equipment such as cross-trainer machines, and not enough cheap equipment such as dumbbells and stretching mats. That is partly because equipment makers advise gym owners on layouts, and partly because many gym owners believe a room filled with the latest equipment helps sell memberships. Another common error is paying too little attention to members’ sight lines in the gym: Cardio equipment is used more often when it faces weightlifting areas than when it faces away from them. Moving the treadmill away from the window might make you run longer, but no promises for a faster mile time.
TODAY'S VIDEO
Adapter or Die
That Was Painless
Our Personal Technology columnist Joanna Stern reviews your options for the expensive adapters that help your old tech accessories talk to your new smartphone and laptop.
TOP STORIES
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WORLD

Europe’s Ties With Russia Fray in Face of Moscow’s Role in Aleppo Bombing

Turkey’s Demands Complicate Battle Plan to Retake Mosul From Islamic State
BUSINESS

Samsung Slashes Profit Forecast Due to Galaxy Note 7 Recall

Ericsson Shares Plunge on Profit Warning
MARKETS

Fed Rate-Rise Plan Hits Snag in Stronger Dollar, Higher Long-Term Yields

First Oil & Gas IPO in 2 Years Is Winner
NUMBER OF THE DAY
43 million
The approximate number of gallons of milk lost on truck routes, discarded at plants or dumped in fields, manure lagoons or animal feed in the first eight months of 2016. Farmers in the U.S. are pouring out tens of millions of gallons of excess milk, amid a massive glut that has slashed prices and filled warehouses with cheese.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
These limited self-defense strikes were conducted to protect our personnel, our ships and our freedom of navigation in this important maritime passageway.
Pentagon Press Secretary Cook on the U.S. striking and destroying three coastal radar sites in Yemen early Thursday in a significant military response to a series of attempted attacks against American warships in recent days, deepening America’s role in the country’s protracted civil war.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on Mr. Stumpf stepping down? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to 10point@wsj.com. Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Margaret Rawson
READER RESPONSE
Responding to yesterday’s question on Amazon’s grocery ambitions, Bob Jones of New Jersey wrote: “It’s great to see someone innovating in an industry that hasn’t changed fundamentally in decades. Still, if I have to go out to pick stuff up, I might as well go to the grocery store.” Cameron Hollingshead of New York said: “Amazon’s ambitions in the market are quite fascinating, when compared to the other top corporations in the world. Where Google, Apple, Microsoft and the like want to be seen as innovators in a small but still remarkable variety of goods, Amazon’s path toward success is to place its name on every type of good and service one can think of. If the goods are well made, even if they lack in style, the Amazon name will be enough to lure in the consumers.” And Bob Harris of New Jersey weighed in: “This will go down as one of the poorest business decisions in history. Too often, successful companies get greedy by venturing into areas that are outside their area of expertise. Amazon should stick to selling nonperishable items through the mail via its already existing delivery channels instead of creating brick-and-mortar stores to sell perishables. When a company identifies a successful niche it shouldn’t tinker with the result. Just ask Coke.”
This daily briefing is named "The 10-Point" after the nickname conferred by the editors of The Wall Street Journal on the lead column of the legendary "What's News" digest of top stories. Technically, "10-point" referred to the size of the typeface. The type is smaller now but the name lives on.
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