Jack Lew argues that the Too Big to Fail problem is largely solved. Does he have a case?
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.
One Republican senator and one Democratic senator want to toughen up Dodd-Frank's capital rules. Is that necessary?
Legislators voted unanimously to pass a (non-binding) measure intended to encourage Wall Street behemoths to downsize.
Mike Konczal interviews Sen. Sherrod Brown about his bipartisan(!) plan to break up the big banks.
A new paper argues that a competitive U.S. economy needs the megabanks. Is it true?