The folks at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), which runs the financially strapped Philadelphia-area subway and commuter rail transportation system, are anxiously waiting to see what they will be getting out of a $590-million out-of-court settlement just reached with Wells Fargo Bank.

“We don’t know what our share will be,” a SEPTA spokesman told On Wall Street. “Maybe we’ll be celebrating with a banquet, or just buying everyone donuts.”

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