He wore them to his House hearing today. This guy.
That's what losing more than $2 billion will do.
The report also says the losses could total as much as $5 billion.
As previously speculated.
Some investors aren't taking that $2 billion misstep so well.
It's just not a good time, okay?
The CEO's pay package was approved, but probably before the bank announced its huge loss.
The fallout from the $2 billion loss isn't over yet.
The SEC and Carl Levin are the latest to join the JPMorgan pile-on.
He's the man responsible for $2 billion in losses so far.
He told Joe Nocera so in the elevator.
Bank of America, JPMorgan, Goldman, Deutsche, etc.
What? Nothing happened.
One advised that the warnings "never see the light of day."
$17.4 million reasons for him not to shut up.
Rhymes With Shmae Mee Porgan.