The latest news on JPMorgan Chase
There are signs that greedy bankers are finally getting some comeuppance.
Just 21 percent of Americans say they have confidence in banks.
Appearing before truculent and uninformed members of Congress makes the J.P. Morgan Chase CEO look good.
There was plenty of political theater at the Dimon hearing, but what actually came of it?
Tens of thousands say they want the J.P. Morgan CEO off the New York Fed's board of directors.
JPMorgan has funded political careers of committee's two highest-ranking members.
A regulatory system that counts on regulators to be smarter and more alert than the companies they regulate will fail us every time.
Banks need to fix their own problems, because taxpayers these days will demand rough justice.
The solution is not tougher regulations on banks, but stronger enforcement of existing regulations.