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More Bad News For JPMorgan As FBI Gets Involved

Everyone wants a piece of. The Justice Department is investigating over its now infamous $2 billion trading loss. The news comes just hours after Dimon and his fellow executives met in Tampa, Fla. for an annual shareholder meeting. The FBI investigation is in its preliminary stage and authorities are looking into the incident because the [...]
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