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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

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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

How we can prevent another financial derivatives disaster

In September, one of the top hospitals in Texas (ranked 15 out of 620 by U.S. News and World Report) sent home a Liberian patient with a… 913 more words

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An American Dream or Not Too Big To Fail?

Within a week of the IMF report suggesting major American financial institutions shift assets to form a new business model and partner with Main Street in the real economy, CitiGroup announces plans to spin off its high-risk, non-prime One Main Financial holdings and close consumer banking services in eleven markets. 689 more words

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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

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