JPMorgan Chase

Fang Fang probably expected a little gratitude for his (alleged!) role in Jamie Dimon’s controversial business-development strategy. He got the feel of cold steel on his wrists, instead. Read more »

  • 02 Apr 2014 at 8:10 PM
  • Banks

Blythe Masters’ Work Here Is Done

Having built and then been forced to sell JPMorgan’s commodities business, Blythe is going to take some me time. Read more »

This may be a miscalculation. Read more »

In the bobsleigh race that is the annual M&A advisory battle, Morgan Stanley is just milliseconds behind the lycra bodysuit-clad Jamie Dimon. Read more »

At some point between late last night and early this morning, it occurred to Blythe Masters that certain obligations might get in the way of chatting about cross-border guidance on rules. Read more »

Irving Picard extracted $325 million from JPMorgan Chase at its most vulnerable, but has no intention of sharing any of it with the people who actually made money from Bernie Madoff’s little charade. And, “winners” that they are, those investors won’t be taking “diddly squat” for an answer, at least not from their buddy Irv. Read more »

Frank Bisignano isn’t coming right out and saying he’s sorry that his company hired all of those JPMCers right after he quit, but he is offering an olive branch wrapped with a novelty-sized check. Read more »