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How the SEC could pursue a case against JPMorgan

Published on June 12, 2012 By admin

The following article is brought to you by Sarah N. Lynch and David Henry at Reuters.Com. (Reuters) – JPMorgan Chase’s failure to timely disclose a major change in how it measured risk could become the centerpiece for an enforcement action by U.S. securities regulators as they probe the bank in connection with its multibillion dollar […]

Jamie Dimon Is Running A “House Of Ill Repute”

Published on July 13, 2011 By admin

The following article is brought to you by Aaron Task with The Daily Ticker at Business Insider

JPMorgan settles bid-rigging case for $228 million

Published on July 8, 2011 By admin

The following article is brought to you by William Selway & Martin Z. Braun at Bloomberg News & The San Francisco Chronicle JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $228 million to settle federal charges that the bank conspired to rig the bidding on investment contracts sold to state and local governments to boost […]

Guess How Much More Wall St. Spends on Bonuses Than on Penalties for Torpedoing the Economy?

Published on July 3, 2011 By admin

The following article is brought to you by David Streitfeld at AlterNet.Org. Are you enraged about JPM Chase’s puny $156.3 million fine? The fine was part of an SEC settlement in which the firm “neither admits nor denies” any wrong-doing. Translation: Stuffing assets with carefully selected crap is not wrong. Creating the crap loans to […]