Go on, try. You can't, can you?
Dimon admits banks -- including his -- made mistakes. Ever the salesman, though, he is confident JPMorgan has righted the wrongs and says it is disappointing that Wall Street's reputation is so tarnished. "It's so unfair to talk about Wall Street and ethics," he says. "The people that we deal with a lot on Wall Street are some of the most ethical people I know. There are some bad apples on Wall Street. I think the military is the most extraordinary organisation but there are some bad apples in the military. I think universities are unbelievable but there are some bad apples in universities. I think reporters for the most part are smart and hard-working people, but there are some bad apples as reporters.
He can continue if you haven't gotten the point yet.
Mighty Banks Can Shake Off The Gloom, Says JPMorgan Chief [Australian via BI]