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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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  • Major banks wrap up homeowner relief under settlement

    Four large banks have completed the billions of dollars' worth of homeowner relief they were required to provide as part of a blockbuster 2012 legal settlement over allegations of shoddy mortgage servicing practices, a new report from the settlement's...
  • Hertz to spin off equipment unit, focus on cars

    Hertz to spin off equipment unit, focus on cars
    Hertz Corp. said it will spin off its equipment-leasing unit into a separate publicly traded company, a move that will allow it to concentrate on renting cars. The two new companies will be Hertz, which operates the Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty car...
  • Watchdog: U.S. banks' relief to borrowers exceed terms of 2012 deal

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top U.S. banks including Bank of America Corp and Citigroup provided more than the $19 billion in help to struggling borrowers they were required to offer under a landmark 2012 deal with the U.S. government, a watchdog said on...
  • An aggressive bank regulator turns up the heat on individual crooks

    An aggressive bank regulator turns up the heat on individual crooks
    New York's banking regulator, Benjamin Lawsky, has ticked off the financial sector and even his fellow regulators by being, well, zealous in his job. Now he's taking aim at one of the most cherished practices in the regulatory biz: disciplining...
  • Monitor: Banks fulfill relief duty in foreclosure-abuse agreement

    Five huge lenders that signed a landmark 2012 settlement over foreclosure abuses have completed their obligation to provide billions of dollars in relief to troubled borrowers, according to the former bank regulator assigned to monitor their compliance....
  • New York's Schneiderman seeks curbs on high-frequency traders

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York state's attorney general on Tuesday said U.S. stock exchanges and alternative trading platforms provide high-frequency traders with unfair technological advantages that give them early access to key data. The stock exchanges...
  • Holder says no bank 'too big to indict,' more financial cases coming

    Holder says no bank 'too big to indict,' more financial cases coming
    WASHINGTON -- Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. said Friday that no bank is "too big to indict" and that the Justice Department has more cases coming involving "significant financial institutions" as it continues to investigate Wall Street misconduct. "I...
  • What does Jamie Dimon have that Oakland's Raiderettes don't?

    What does Jamie Dimon have that Oakland's Raiderettes don't?
    Call it a tale of two sides of the capitalist system: JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Jamie Dimon got $20 million for being CEO in 2013; each Oakland Raiderette got $1,250 for kicking up her heels in the same year. The Raiderettes are suing; presumably,...
  • JPMorgan raises CEO Jamie Dimon's pay 74%, to $20 million

    JPMorgan raises CEO Jamie Dimon's pay 74%, to $20 million
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. gave Chief Executive Jamie Dimon a 74% raise to $20 million last year, bringing his pay closer to where it stood before the board faulted his oversight of botched derivatives bets. Dimon, who also serves as chairman, received $18....
  • Activist has grand plan for West Side, but other project falls short

    Activist has grand plan for West Side, but other project falls short
    In a part of the West Side long marginalized by City Hall planners, officials have seized on a grand proposal for an "innovation park" that would train and employ impoverished Chicagoans in high-tech factories. Spearheaded by labor activist Dan Swinney,...
  • Public interest group sues Justice Dept. over JPMorgan settlement

    Public interest group sues Justice Dept. over JPMorgan settlement
    WASHINGTON -- A public interest group on Monday sued the Justice Department over last year’s record $13-billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase & Co., arguing the deal to resolve investigations into faulty mortgage investments was unconstitutional...
  • NBCU Names Mark Kornblau Head of News Group Communications, Sets New Role For Kelly-Brown

    NBCUniversal named Mark Kornblau senior veep of communications for its News Group, while setting Kathy Kelly-Brown. a company veteran who had that role, in a new job leading a newly division aimed at marshaling talent for promotional and marketing...