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How LeBron has changed the league
We usually wait awhile to write our histories until they fully unfold. It's too hard to tell in real time where the chapter breaks are. But sometimes you just know when to dog-ear a page for future reference. The night lives up to the narrative. All the details matter for posterity. The mid-January
London's Global Financial Hub Wary of More Isolated Future
Bankers, investors and money managers in London fear that the vote to leave the European Union will undermine the city's position as the world's pre-eminent financial center and take the luster off an industry that underpins the British economy
'Bored Elon Musk' and Other Funny Business Parody Twitter Accounts You Should Follow
The Twitterverse sighed with disappointment when the Twitter account thought to belong to outspoken JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon turned out to be a fake. Twitter subsequently suspended the account a couple weeks ago, but there are a number of hilarious parody business accounts that fill the void of
New York Mayor Joins with Big Donors in Bid for 2016 Convention
It may only be 2014, but big corporate money and politics are already at work in a bid to secure the 2016 Democratic convention for Brooklyn, with New York’s Mayor Bill de Blasio literally rolling out a red carpet for DNC officials at New York’s Penn Station. Republicans have already chosen
Paycheck Halved Last Year, JPMorgan Chase CEO to Get Big Pay Raise This Year
After overseeing JPMorgan Chase while the bank paid about $20 billion in penalties last year to federal authorities, CEO Jamie Dimon is reportedly getting a 74 percent pay raise, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission . JPMorgan's board voted this week to increase his
Once Again, Is JPMorgan Chase Too Big to Jail?
Bank to Pay $2B for Allegedly 'Turning Blind Eye' to Evidence of Madoff Ponzi Scheme
JPMorgan Chase Cancels Twitter Q&A as 'Bad Idea'
Like many other companies JPMorgan Chase was trying a newfangled thing called Twitter to engage customers and leverage the bank's brand. But like McDonald's and other companies before it, the bank was unprepared for the unpredictable and downright nasty response from cyberspace. After JPMorgan
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, October 21, 2013
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen and Will Cantine BUDGET / TAX REFORM The Wall...
Be Afraid! The Scariest Quotes About the Debt Crisis
Leaders of the world's foremost financial institutions gathered this weekend in Washington, D.C., to discuss the looming debt crisis. While most of the finance ministers, CEO's and economists believe U.S. politicians will get their act together in time to avoid a default, they spared no words in