By Dawn Kopecki and Phil Mattingly, Bloomberg |
June 12, 2012
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said traders in a London unit responsible for a $2 billion loss didn’t understand the risks they were taking and weren’t properly monitored.
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