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The London Whale-sized loopholes in Wall Street pay reform

Just weeks after his first inauguration, President Obama delivered a landmark speech on the dangers of over-the-top Wall Street pay. Today, more than five years later, he’s still nagging regulators to do something real about it. 719 more words


10/23/14...today's column was not meant to be...

Quote of the Day from the Friars Club Encyclopedia of Jokes: “You can do anything with a bayonet except sit on it.” – Napoleon Bonarparte …sure you can…once! 1,260 more words


Risk Management Technology Leader Robert Gardner to Keynote Cyber Security World Conference 2014

Golden Networking brings Cyber Security World Conference 2014 New York City (www.CyberSecurityWorldConference.com), forum that will provide the latest thinking from dozens of security experts to hundreds of senior executives focused on protecting today enterprises’ information assets. 758 more words

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10/21/14...democracy or serfdom...it's up to you!

Quote of the Day from the Friars Club Encyclopedia of Jokes: “Bigamy is having one wife too many. Monogamy is the same thing.” – anon… 1,765 more words


JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon takes responsibility – but not blame – for $2 billion loss

By Annika McGinnis, McClatchy Newspapers (June 13, 2012)

WASHINGTON — JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told Congress on Wednesday that he bore ultimate responsibility for a $2 billion trading loss, but that the bank might financially penalize some of the executives involved. 673 more words


JPMorgan: No absolute protection from cyberattack losses

JPMorgan Chase, the banking giant hit by one of the largest cyberattacks in corporate history, can’t guarantee total protection from losses caused by data breaches, CEO Jamie Dimon said Tuesday. 256 more words


JPMorgan Chase socks away more money for legal expenses

The numbers: A bit disappointing. JPMorgan Chase said Tuesday it earned $5.6 billion in the third quarter, up from a loss in the same period a year earlier when it set aside $9.3 billion for legal expenses. 186 more words