By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and NELSON D. SCHWARTZ, NY Times |
May 21, 2012
Ever since JPMorgan Chase disclosed a multibillion-dollar trading loss this month, the central mystery has been how a bank known for its skill at risk management could err so badly.
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