A search of this blog using the "Seach This Blog" tool (powered by Google) brought up two-dozen (??) posts containing "JPMorgan Chase":
It would seem that JPMorgan Chase is not only too big to fail, but it's too big to prosecute. If this is (fair & balanced) legal folly, so be it.
PS: In earlier days, this blog employed a font-size that looked like the print in a JPMOrgan Chase financial document. However, your browser has a Zoom-command in its tool menu. Spare your eyesight and read away.
[x The Nation]
JPMorgan Cops A $13 Billion Plea
By The Deadline Poet (Calvin Trillin)
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They touted securities they knew were trash.
The government’s case plainly shows
They’re willing to profit from bucket-shop scams,
Although they wear much nicer clothes. Ω
[Calvin Trillin began his career as a writer for Time magazine. Since July 2, 1990, as a columnist at The Nation, Trillin has written his weekly "Deadline Poet" column: humorous poems about current events. Trillin has written considerably more pieces for The Nation than any other single person. A native of Kansas City, MO, Trillin received his BA from Yale College in 1957. He served in the army, and then joined Time.]
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