JPMorgan Chase

JPMorgan tests its Amazon-Berkshire health venture on bank employees

11/01/19

JPMorgan Chase and Amazon.com have begun testing the new health care venture they're developing with Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, rolling out some of the new offerings to employees in a handful of states.

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Amex's immigrant assist, the Libor void, bank failures: Top stories of the week

11/01/19

New tech lets American Express instantly issue cards to immigrants; the end of Libor raises concerns about financial stability; regulators shutter banks in Kentucky and Ohio; and more from this week's most-read stories.

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Mobile investments give banks a small-business trust bump

10/31/19

Taking a page from fintech competitors, banks have worked to enrich the small-business app experience.

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House bill would mandate congressional visits by big-bank CEOs

10/31/19

Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., has proposed requiring annual testimony by the heads of the U.S. "global systemically important" banks.

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Fed's Powell says revamp of capital, liquidity rules not under consideration

10/30/19

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday that he does not think revamping capital or liquidity requirements is necessary despite recent volatility in the repurchase markets.

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JPMorgan weighs shifting thousands of jobs out of New York area

10/28/19

Executives are deciding what roles could be relocated to lower-cost hubs such as Plano, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; and Wilmington, Del

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How JPMorgan Chase is helping ex-cons land jobs

10/21/19

The nation's largest bank is hiring former prisoners for entry-level jobs and funding a policy center whose mission will be to help adults with criminal histories reenter the workforce.

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Dimon says Libra 'will never happen'

10/18/19

The JPMorgan Chase CEO called Facebook's cryptocurrency project a "neat idea" but added his name to the list of industry leaders and policymakers skeptical about the plan.

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The risk lurking in banks' car loan portfolios

10/16/19

While demand is strong and loan performance generally remains solid, the prevalence of longer loan terms has sparked concern that losses will eventually spike.

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Why big banks keep raking in deposits

10/16/19

They’ve long used their marketing muscle to wrest deposit share from smaller competitors. Now, amid growing concerns that the economy is weakening, they could be benefiting from consumers’ flight to safety.

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