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October 10, 2012 But Jamie Dimon also said mistakes are a part of capitalism.
July 13, 2012 Bank CEO Jamie Dimon says "all of our client-driven businesses had solid performance" and that "we have put most of this problem behind us."
Another kind of claws at work. Meanwhile, JPMorgan is going to see if legal steps will let it "clawback" some money paid to executives.
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July 11, 2012 According to The Wall Street Journal, the bank will indeed seek to recover stocks paid to some of its top executives.
June 19, 2012 The bank lost $2 billion — and counting — on some risky bets. But could it ever lose $1 trillion? Only if there's a celestial catastrophe, its CEO quipped today.
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June 12, 2012 After interviews with more than a dozen current and former executives at the bank, the newspaper concludes that it was warned about bets that would cost it more than $2 billion. A plan to roll them back wasn't properly implemented, the Journal says.
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