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The SEC Is Possibly Investigating 'Conduct' Of Former First Republic Executives Prior to JP Morgan Sale

The probe is allegedly looking into whether then-executives of the now-failed bank "improperly traded on insider information."


Why Jamie Dimon's Resistance to Flexible Work Spells Trouble for JPMorgan

In an era where hybrid work is becoming the norm, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon seems to be swimming against the tide. With the recent news of the bank's request for managing directors to return to the office full-time, it's clear that Dimon's crusade to bring employees back in person is not only a sign of weakness but also exposes an inability to adapt to the evolving world of work.

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'Florida Likes Business': JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Says the Company Is Expanding in Florida and Texas

A spate of Wall Street firms moved to Florida since the beginning of the pandemic.

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JP Morgan Chase Sues Founder of Student Loan Fintech Startup Frank

Morgan accuses Charlie Javice of conspiring with another exec to create a detailed list of millions of fake customers.

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This JPMorgan Job Offers A $30,000 Restaurant Budget On Top Of a Six-Figure Salary

A new job at The Infatuation promises up to six figures — with a high budget for dining out.

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JPMorgan Reportedly Giving 16 Weeks Paid Leave to All New Parents After Settling $5 Million 'Anti Dad' Bias Case

The bank faced a lawsuit that said it gave fathers two weeks of paid parental leave and mothers 16 weeks, which it settled in 2019. This policy is another boost in leave at the bank.

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The Future of the Stock Market: Why Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Warns 'Brace Yourself' for Economic 'Hurricane'

The war in Ukraine, ongoing inflation and rising interest rates from the Fed prompted JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon to predict an "economic hurricane."

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Major U.S. Bank Threatens to Not Pay Unvaccinated Employees: 'We're Not Going to Pay You to Not Work In the Office'

Many major banks are enforcing new policies and mandates for in-office workers in the U.S.

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Bank of America to Slash Overdraft Fees, Experts Call the Move 'Brilliant'

In addition, non-sufficient funds fees will be eliminated completely.

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Sticky Inflation and Job Market Tightening Will Push Fed to Hike Rates 4 Times in 2022: Goldman Sachs

Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman, wrote in a note Sunday that the investment bank is predicting a fourth 25-basis-point rate hike in December of this year, up from an earlier projection of three.

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JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon Calls Bitcoin 'Worthless,' Says It Will Be Government Regulated

JP Morgan chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon said that governments will soon regulate cryptocurrencies.

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Goldman Sachs Releases Diversity Data on Leadership Makeup, And the Numbers Aren't Promising

In a recent sustainability report, the firm revealed that it had just 49 Black executives and senior managers working in the U.S.

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Customers Are Angry at Wells Fargo and JPMorgan for Stimulus Checks Delays

The Wall Street banks are facing criticism after announcing that customers would receive payment no earlier than Wednesday.