Banks Urge U.S. Judge to Throw Out Libor LawsuitsMarch 05, 2013Banks facing a barrage of
lawsuits from customers accusing them of interest-rate rigging
argued on Tuesday that the cases should be dismissed, saying
there is no evidence of antitrust or other violations.
Big Data At J.P. Morgan: Delivering The FirmMarch 04, 2013J.P. Morgan's Vipul Shah spoke with BS&T editorial director Katherine Burger about big data applications in the treasury services business and steps the bank is taking to deliver those services.
JPMorgan Chase to Cut Up to 4,000 Jobs in 2013February 26, 2013JPMorgan Chase & Co
plans to cut 3,000 to 4,000 jobs in its consumer bank in 2013,
representing about 1.5 percent of the company's overall
workforce, it said in a presentation to investors on Tuesday.
Bank Failures Down in 2013February 26, 2013Three banks have been shuttered so far in 2013, compared with 11 over the same time period last year.
Citigroup Bows to Shareholder Pressure, Overhauls PayFebruary 21, 2013Citigroup Inc said on
Thursday it has overhauled an executive pay plan that
shareholders rejected last year as overly generous, revising it
to tie bonus payments more closely to stock performance and
U.S. DOJ Probing JPMorgan Over Bear Stearns Mortgage ProductsFebruary 21, 2013The U.S. Justice Department is
investigating JPMorgan Chase & Co over allegations that
Bear Stearns provided misleading information about its mortgage
products during the lead-up to the financial crisis, according
to people familiar with the matter.
Russian Central Banker Slams Vast Criminal Cash ExportsFebruary 20, 2013Russia's central bank chief said
nearly $50 billion, or 2.5 percent of the national income, had
been sent abroad illegally in 2012, much of it controlled by a
single group of people - whom he did not identify.