Bloomberg Spygate Lights Up TwitterMay 17, 2013News that Bloomberg allowed its reporters to access certain Bloomberg Terminal client data sent the Twitter world on fire. Then, news broke that Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan had contacted Bloomberg asking for an explanation, which fanned the flames. Here are some of the most interesting Tweets about the Bloomberg snooping scandal.
NY Suit Against JPMorgan Makes a Ripple, Not a SplashOctober 03, 2012New York state's lawsuit
against JPMorgan Chase & Co alleging fraud in mortgage-backed
securities sold by Bear Stearns may be one of the broadest cases
to come out of the financial crisis, but its impact is likely to
be limited. The biggest beneficiari
The Executive Compensation Revolution Shows Some Timid ResultsSeptember 10, 2012JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon, who has been in the news for all the wrong reasons in the last few months, could (and should) take a personal hit, given his bank’s $7 billion trading snafu. But in Wall Street board rooms, all is not as it seem
Wall Street Is Leaderless, And That Might Be FineAugust 21, 2012Wall Street has lost its most vocal advocate as investigations into JP Morgan's multi-billion dollar trading lost have sidelined Jamie Dimon, a Bloomberg article reports. But does the financial industry really need another Dimon?