In case you were looking for it, here's the link to JPMorgan Chase's report on the London Whale trading debacle.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon may get a 30 percent pay cut because of the London Whale debacle, the New York Post reports.
There are reports out there that Jamie Dimon may have his bonus "docked" because of the London Whale debacle. That sounds like a good start.
Where is Eliot Ness, the incorruptible U.S. Treasury agent who went after Al Capone, when we need him? Had regulators of the Eliot Ness mold been on duty, two major banking scandals still unfolding might never have happened.
It's a huge relief to learn that a banker can make a mistake every now and again and not have to worry about losing any money.
Why is it that most Americans can't get a principal reduction from Chase or any other bank, but JPMorgan Chase was so very flexible with a sitting member of the United States Senate? People should be demanding those answers now.
There's got to be bigger scandals out there that cost bank customers real money, and actually lead to real losses that could put a company's survival in jeopardy. The JP Morgan trading loss is neither and not by a long shot.
So what is this crazy thing JPMorgan Chase has gone and done now, and how worried should we be about it? Actually, it's not that crazy, but that does...