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Debt talks: Dire warnings, a possible compromise? during the weekend. The day's events were shadowed by warnings from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and JPMorgan Chase CEO Jaime Dimon. Speaking separately, the two men admonished bickering lawmakers that failure to avoid an unprecedented...
Outside editorial: The bad old days of risky derivative trading never left

...rewarding. The risks, as the nation discovered in 2008, are hideous, but that's what the public is for.This is why JPMorgan Chase's admission Thursday that it had suffered a $2.3 billion loss and an $800 million gouge in its earnings from...
JPMorgan: Isn't life strange?

By now, folks have heard much about the announcement that JPMorgan Chase had somehow lost $2 billion over a six-week period. In an irony of ironies, here's what one JPMorgan risk officer had to...
Is crisis a revenge of the nerds?

...the blame for the financial collapse at the feet of a mathematician named David X. Li. In 2000, while working at JPMorgan Chase, Li published a paper in a financial journal. The paper was titled "On Default Correlation: A Copula Function...
Outside editorial: Having helped create the collapse, bankers now deepen situation

...1.66 billion in profits in the first quarter. JPMorgan Chase posted $2.1 billion in earnings. Bank of America...Goldman Sachs changed its accounting calendar. JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup counted the loss in value of its debt...
Trial delayed for man accused of robbery

...chairman and CEO of Alaska Airlines; Colleen B. Brown, president and CEO of Fisher Communications; Jeff Brotman, chairman and co-founder of Costco Wholesale, and Phyllis J. Campbell, chair for the Pacific Northwest of JPMorgan Chase.
Robo-signed mortgage docs date back to late 1990s

...shortcuts known collectively as "robo-signing," led the nation's largest banks, including Bank of America Corp., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Wells Fargo & Co., and other lenders to temporarily halt foreclosures nationwide in the fall of 2010.At...
Outside editorial: New banking regulation brings needed competition

...more competition.While Bank of America plans a new $5 debit-card fee, other big banks such as Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase are discussing smaller fees. Citibank hasn't announced any such fees.Further, some smaller banks and credit...
$25B settlement reached over foreclosure abuses

...of America will pay the most to borrowers: nearly $8.6 billion. Wells Fargo will pay about $4.3 billion, JPMorgan Chase roughly $4.2 billion, Citigroup about $1.8 billion and Ally Financial $200 million. The banks will also pay...
Time to protect Main Street

In the wake of JPMorgan Chase's announcement of losing $3 billion in another failed financial scheme, the topic of government regulation over banks has become...


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