Now THIS should catch the JPMorgan CEO's attention.
The president has reportedly traded the demanding, prickly banker for a "fresh face." Men.
The 'Times' columnist and bestselling author on his critics.
Considering how well "Dimon" rhymes with "shinin'," we're surprised no one thought of this before.
Like Goldman Sachs, the firm created CDOs and used them to bet against the housing market.
Both the Robin Hood Foundation and the JPMorgan CEO scored.
The New York Attorney General continues his crusade against financial institutions, and the English language.
Like Goldman Sachs, they had no losses in the first quarter.
"It seems like it’s fair."
It's hard being perfect.
Financial commentators are having their fifteen minutes.
A trader may have entered a "b" for billion instead of an "m" for million in a trade, messing up global markets.
This would bring the total up to $61.3 billion.