A New York federal judge has preliminarily approved a settlement that will require JPMorgan Chase and Deutsche Bank to pay $148 million. Read more
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG have agreed to pay a combined $148 million to settle two investor suits. Read more
JPMorgan, the largest U.S. bank by assets, admitted disclosure failures from 2008 to 2013 related to two units that manage money. Read more
The settlement would end nearly eight years of litigation that have resulted in more than $226 million in payouts from 11 Defendants, including Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase. Read more
Morgan Stanley said it earned $6.2 billion, or $2.96 a share, from continuing operations in 2014. Read more
The settlement also resolves Lehman's challenges to JPMorgan's decision to close out thousands of derivatives trades following the bankruptcy. Read more
Two former JPMorgan traders, Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout, face criminal charges for allegedly concealing the "London Whale" losses. Read more
The suit claims JPMorgan violated the Securities Exchange Act by misleading investors about the riskiness of the bank's derivatives trading, which led JPMorgan's stock to drop when the losse... Read more
RBS will pay $255 million and Goldman Sachs will pay $135 million if the settlement gets final approval. Read more
There is a class-action lawsuit in Montana by Volkswagen owners that has a different twist. Read more
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