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June 13th, 2012
08:41 PM ET

JPMorgan: Too big to manage?

JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said he did not know how bad the trades were before April. Is JPMorgan too big to manage?

Contributing Editor at Fortune, William Cohan and Steve Moore, member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board comes OutFront.


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  1. kevinkatovic

    Your watching Zynga's Systematic destruction due to their " BIGGEST " shareholders that don't exist as shares illegally trade and now (under $5) I can almost guess who's behind the sales of shares that dont exist. Illegal short selling basically no one owns anything no one has any money and yet they guys claim to have " SO MUCH CASH " they dont need our money. I think Short SELLING is now SHORT CELLING

    June 13, 2012 at 8:48 pm | Reply

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