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Netflix is winning streaming. Disney wants to change that. The long-awaited Toyota Supra is here. From a drop of blood, this company can predict what your face looks like. Wells Fargo announced on Wednesday that Hope Hardison, the bank's chief administrative officer, and David Julian, its chief auditor, have taken leaves of absence, the bank said Wednesday.

Both top executives will no longer be members of Wells Fargo's operating committee, the powerful body that runs the third-largest US bank. Wells Fargo gave few details about the sudden change. The bank would only say that the leaves of absence are linked to "ongoing reviews" by regulators into the bank's retail sales practices.

It's not clear which of the government investigations triggered the executive shuffle. A Wells Fargo spokesman declined to answer questions about the leaves of absence. He also declined to explain why the executives were not terminated.

Wells Fargo said that the leaves of absence are "unrelated" to the bank's reported financial results or internal financial controls. The news comes more than two years after Wells Fargo admitting that its employees opened millions of unauthorized bank and credit card accounts to meet unrealistic sales goals. Multiple federal, state and local government agencies have launched investigations into Wells Fargo's sales tactics, according to the bank's most recent filings.

Wells Fargo has also apologized for other wrongdoing. The bank has admitted to charging customers for car insurance they didn't need and mortgage fees they didn't deserve. And Wells Fargo has refunded customers for pet insurance and other products they didn't fully understand. She wants the Fed's help. Kimberly Bordner, Wells Fargo's executive audit director, is immediately getting elevated to acting chief auditor.

The bank plans to launch a search for a permanent replacement for Julian.