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  • Letters: The lessons of cheating in school

    Re "Errors could hurt college bound," Feb. 10 Such a simple word as "errors" diminishes the severity of purposely concealing grave misconduct by college applicants. The 11 Orange County students recently expelled from their high school over the cheating...
  • 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...
  • Pope Francis to the Davos wealthy: Stop thinking only of yourselves

    Pope Francis to the Davos wealthy: Stop thinking only of yourselves
    Never let it be said that Pope Francis doesn't know how to bring the battle to the battleground. In an address to the CEOs and assorted financial hangers-on gathered this week in Davos, Switzerland, for the annual World Economic Forum, he admonished...
  • 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....
  • Why Wall Street wants you to think it lost the war over regulation

    Why Wall Street wants you to think it lost the war over regulation
    Talking up your opponent's skills is a tactic that permeates sports, politics and business. The idea is to lower expectations of your own success so your subsequent victory looks even more spectacular and defeat (if it comes) less demoralizing. There's no...
  • Gov. Christie: I'm like Jamie Dimon. Scandals are not my fault

    Gov. Christie: I'm like Jamie Dimon. Scandals are not my fault
    Let’s give New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie the benefit of the doubt for a minute. Let’s say he was blindsided by his very close staff and truly knew nothing about the politically contrived four-day traffic jam that has marred his reputation,...
  • There's no profit in L.A. bashing JPMorgan Chase

    There's no profit in L.A. bashing JPMorgan Chase
    Los Angeles City Councilman Gil Cedillo wants to punish JPMorgan Chase for its various financial misdeeds, possibly by cutting off business with the banking giant. But as city leaders learned a few years ago when Occupy L.A. pushed for a similar...
  • Banks embracing a housing-bubble favorite: interest-only loans

    Banks embracing a housing-bubble favorite: interest-only loans
    Most of the risky mortgages that triggered the financial crisis have disappeared from the marketplace, and lenders will have even more reason to avoid them because of a new federal crackdown on loose lending. But one housing-bubble favorite —...
  • What JPMorgan's $13-billion settlement won't resolve

    What JPMorgan's $13-billion settlement won't resolve
    NEW YORK -- JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s historic $13-billion settlement with the federal government will pay down a major chunk of the bank's ballooning legal tab. The Justice Department on Tuesday announced the widely expected settlement of faulty...
  • The rich are different -- they still get interest-only mortgages

    The rich are different -- they still get interest-only mortgages
    Few of the nontraditional home loans that triggered the financial crisis are still available, and lenders will have even more reason to avoid them now that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s definition of presumably safe and sound...