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JPMorgan Chase Abandons $1 billion NYC Subsidy Effort

When The New York Times reported that JPMorgan Chase was seeking close to a billion dollars in incentives to build a new trophy headquarters on Manhattan’s Far West Side, the idea seemed too audacious to be true. 613 more words

New York

Cyber Attacks on U.S. Companies in 2014

The spate of recent data breaches at big-name companies such as JPMorgan Chase, Home Depot, and Target raises questions about the effectiveness of the private sector’s information security. 1,483 more words

Brian Pennington

JP MORGAN GOLD INVENTORIES: Fall A Stunning 33% In One Day (10 tonnes)

Holy Cow! 321,500 oz of gold has a market value of roughly $400 million… Who on earth withdrew that much gold?   282 more words

What's Happening On The Financial Front

For All reblogged this on An End Once And For All and commented:

A lot is going on in the financial world these days. This is big! Could this be related to BRICS and the Dragon Family? Maybe we'll find out down the road.

JP MORGAN GOLD INVENTORIES: Fall A Stunning 33% In One Day (10 tonnes)

Holy Cow! 321,500 oz of gold has a market value of roughly $400 million… Who on earth withdrew that much gold?   282 more words

What's Happening On The Financial Front

FBI Warns of Hacks by Moonlighting Foreign Agents

The FBI is probing whether foreign government agents raided the data banks of JPMorgan Chase & Co. while moonlighting as criminals, a bureau official said. 321 more words

News

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

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The firm that won the quarter in trading

A wave of financial results from Wall Street last week brought with it a resurgence of revenues from fixed-income trading, thanks to a renewal of volatility… 107 more words