Justice Department official says regarding landmark settlement, "for us, the statement of facts is as important as the money."
There's a new $5.1 billion JPMorgan settlement. Wait, what?
Workers really love Mark Zuckerberg, while Ballmer is less well liked than most.
The bank is close to a record settlement for bad mortgage securities. What bigger lessons are found in JPMorgan's legal travails?
JPMorgan weathered the financial crisis without a quarterly loss. The legal settlements of the post-crisis era are a different story.
Responsibility to more than shareholders are the price that mega-banks pay for being too big to fail.
The Fed is nearing a decision on whether to end investment banks' game with physical goods. Banks say everything would fall apart without them.
Admissions of guilt mean a bank could be sued in the future, and might lose clients in the mean time.
The latest investigation into JPMorgan's hiring practices is part of a bigger shift in how the U.S. government deals with corruption.
These two charts suggest that the fiscal drag will be less of a drag in the years ahead.
The Project on Government Oversight points out that JPMorgan frequently dispatches former government officials to lobby current regulators who are writing the rules for Wall Street reform.