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https://plus.google.com/117702830177106901402 Sentient Technologies : JPMorgan Chase this year will spend $250 million and dedicate 1,000 people to protecting itself from...
JPMorgan Chase this year will spend $250 million and dedicate 1,000 people to protecting itself from cybercrime — and it still might not be completely successful, CEO Jamie Dimon warned in April.

"Cyberattacks are growing every day in strength and velocity across the globe. It is going to be continual and likely never-ending battle to stay ahead of it — and, unfortunately, not every battle will be won," Dimon said in his annual letter to shareholders. http://ow.ly/ARr3C
Banks admit growing cyberattack risks
JPMorgan Chase expects to spend $250 million and dedicate 1,000 people to protecting itself from cybercrime this year -- and it still might not be totally successful, CEO Jamie Dimon warned earlier this year.
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https://plus.google.com/115831534873350108623 The Nonprofit Quarterly : Dan Gilbert & Jamie Dimon are hailed as saviors for Detroit. Is this desperation or a sign of the times...
Dan Gilbert & Jamie Dimon are hailed as saviors for Detroit. Is this desperation or a sign of the times? http://ow.ly/APtvE
Looking for Saviors in Bankrupt Detroit

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https://plus.google.com/109679043832637412413 News4JAX : Twitter suspends fake @JPMorganCEO account - Twitter is known for short-lived phenomena, and here's ...
Twitter suspends fake @JPMorganCEO account - Twitter is known for short-lived phenomena, and here's another one: a parody account for JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon only lasted about 24 hours before being suspended. http://ow.ly/2MAtux
Twitter suspends fake @JPMorganCEO account
Twitter is known for short-lived phenomena, and here's another one: a parody account for JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon only lasted about 24 hours before being suspended.
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https://plus.google.com/114547840233839913230 Illinois news : JPMorgan investigating possible cyberattack NEW YORK — JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank by...
JPMorgan investigating possible cyberattack

NEW YORK — JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank by assets, is working with law enforcement officials to investigate a possible cyberattack, said a person familiar with the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity, though the bank isn’t currently seeing any unusual fraud activity at the time. Jamie Dimon, the bank’s CEO, said in this year’s annual report to shareholders that despite spending millions on cybersecurity, JPMorgan remained worried about the threat of attacks. By the end of this year, the bank estimates that it will be spending about $250 million annually on cybersecurity and employing 1,000 people in the area. The FBI said in a statement Wednesday that it was working with the Secret Service to determine the scope of recent cyberattacks against “several American financial institutions.” The agency did not name the companies that had been targeted. Customers who notice any suspicious activity on their accounts should contact the bank, said JPMorgan spokesman Michael Fusco. He also noted that JPMorgan customers are protected against losses from fraud. Source: http://www.suntimes.com/
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https://plus.google.com/109748372637856356854 HITC - Here Is The City : Young interns would rather be Steve Jobs than Jamie Dimon http://hereisthecity.com/en-gb/2014/08/26...
Young interns would rather be Steve Jobs than Jamie Dimon

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Young interns would rather be Steve Jobs than Jamie Dimon - HITC Business
When Jorge Velasquez accepted an internship at Citigroup this summer, he wasn't dreaming about becoming the next Jamie Dimon. He's far more interested in following in the footsteps of Steve Jobs.
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https://plus.google.com/106992329599345137111 Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. : Disclosure Practice When a CEO Gets Sick The announcement in July that JPMorgan Chase CEO and Chairman...
Disclosure Practice When a CEO Gets Sick

The announcement in July that JPMorgan Chase CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon had throat cancer is an example of the difficult disclosure decisions public companies face when a CEO gets sick. Deciding what to say and when to say it involves a delicate balance between investors’ need for disclosure and the CEO’s right to privacy. The reviews suggest that JPMorgan Chase did this well, while Apple, when handling disclosures about Steve Jobs’ illness, did not.

There are no specific SEC rules addressing disclosure of a CEO’s illness. However, both the NYSE and Nasdaq generally require listed companies to promptly and publicly disclose any material news or information that might affect the market for their securities, including management changes. 
Sharing the news when a CEO gets sick
JPMorgan is the latest company left searching for the right balance between disclosure and privacy about its CEO's illness.
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https://plus.google.com/111249800732994297733 Nicole Bourbaki : American gangsters! Matt Taibbi & Max on suckers buying bogus & big bank mass perjury In this episode...
American gangsters! Matt Taibbi & Max on suckers buying bogus & big bank mass perjury
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get gunned down in broad daylight f...
American gangsters! Matt Taibbi & Max on suckers buying bogus & big bank mass perjury
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get...
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Keiser Report: ‘Les Misérables’ (#Ferguson) (E645)

Max and Stacey discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get gunned down in broad daylight for lifting a cigarette. In the second half, Max interviews journalist and author, Matt Taibbi about the injustice that follows the wealth divide and how Ferguson, Missouri plays into that.

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Keiser Report: ‘Les Misérables’ (#Ferguson) (E645)
Source: 26/08/2014 Max and Stacey discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get gunned down in broad daylight for lifting a cigarette. In the se...
Keiser Report: ‘Les Misérables’ (#Ferguson) (E645)

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https://plus.google.com/109220945225765892520 Gary Anderson : Jamie Dimon Screwed the American people and all the Thanks He Gets is Throat Cancer Jamie Dimon screwed...
Jamie Dimon Screwed the American people and all the Thanks He Gets is Throat Cancer
Jamie Dimon screwed the American people in the financial crisis, and all the thanks he gets is throat cancer. The J.P. Morgan CEO bragged that his bank actually benefits from downturns. Makes you wonder if there is a cancer of the heart. If there is, he wou...
Jamie Dimon Screwed the American people and all the Thanks He Gets is Throat Cancer
Jamie Dimon screwed the American people in the financial crisis, and all the thanks he gets is throat cancer. The J.P. Morgan CEO bragged that his bank actually benefits from downturns. Makes you wonder if there is a cancer o...
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Keiser Report: 'Les Misérables' (#Ferguson) (E645)   RT Published on Aug 26, 2014 In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with...
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Keiser Report: 'Les Misérables' (#Ferguson) (E645)   RT Published on Aug 26, 2014 In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon ge...
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Keiser Report: 'Les Misérables' (#Ferguson) (E645)
Aug 26, 2014

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get gunned down in broad daylight for lifting a cigarette. In the second half, Max interviews journalist and author, Matt Taibbi about the injustice that follows the wealth divide and how Ferguson, Missouri plays into that.
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https://plus.google.com/111249800732994297733 Nicole Bourbaki : Matt Taibbi & Max Keiser on suckers Buying Bogus & Big Bank Mass perjury In this episode of the Keiser...
Matt Taibbi & Max Keiser on suckers Buying Bogus & Big Bank Mass perjury
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get gunned down in broad daylight f...
Matt Taibbi & Max Keiser on suckers Buying Bogus & Big Bank Mass perjury
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how some looters are more equal than others as Jamie Dimon gets to keep his mortgage fraud deal with the Department of Justice secret while others get...
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When Jorge Velasquez accepted an internship at Citigroup this summer, he wasn't dreaming about becoming the next Jamie Dimon. He's far more interested in following in the footsteps of Steve Jobs.

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Talent wars: Silicon Valley vs. Wall Street
Wall Street banks are considering increasing starting salaries to compete with Silicon Valley for college graduates.
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https://plus.google.com/108063639388035706901 best-miner : How Bitcoin might transform international payments — a lifeline for millions It’s September, 13th, 2008...
How Bitcoin might transform international payments — a lifeline for millions
It’s September, 13th, 2008. One of the most powerful men in America is about to foresee an earthquake in the financial system, something that will change the world.
Jamie Dimon, the head of JP Morgan Chase, has seen it all—but even he has to steel himself for this moment. “You are about to experience the most unbelievable week in America,” he says over the phone to his employees.
Tomorrow, the headlines will screech about Lehman Brothers’ impending demise. A recession will question a central premise of modern economics: that we had it all figured out.
Robert Lucas, one of America’s most prominent economists, put it best: “the central problem of depression-prevention [has] been solved, for all practical purposes.”
On the brink
It’s now early in 2009. Satoshi Nakamoto had just finished distributing a paper through The Cryptography Mailing list. Its title was deceptively simple: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.
On the very first block of bitcoin, its mysterious creator had commented: “The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks.” He too, has experienced Jamie Dimon’s unbelievable week in America. As a result, he has crafted a new way of transacting money: a peer-to-peer, and open system of technology that looks very little like the system that led to Lehman’s failure.
Nearing the middle of the Great Recession, the total amount committed by the Federal Reserve to depression-prevention had risen to nearly $30 trillion.
Waiting for an answer
Fast forward to the present. Migrants like Ahmed Ali are trying to wire money from America back to their relatives in Somalia, a process known as making remittance payments. Ahmed says that the money will make the difference between his family eating or starving.
Years after his own crisis phone call, Jamie Dimon can no longer be reached. JPMorgan is quickly cutting down on money-wiring systems, making difficult remittances even harder to send. Recent legislation has emerged due to the concern that remittances may be used to fund terrorism.
Remittance payments are a lifeline. In 2014, the World Bank calculated that $436 billion will be sent from family members in developed countries to developing nations. Between 1960, and 2003, total foreign aid to Africa was around $600 billion, yet remittances sent from the African diaspora were double that. Many of the financial institutions that move money back and forth charge exorbitant fees to keep that lifeline open—sometimes ten percent or more.
Marc Andreessen notes that switching these systems to bitcoin could save billions of dollars in value for the world’s poorest by reducing transfer fees to near-zero. Bitcoin could also be tracked more easily than cash, resolving some laundering fears.
Xoom, a digital remittances platform, has demonstrated the potential of moving away from convention by capping transfer fees as low as $2.99. They convinced senders to make one part of the remittances journey digital: instead of going from cash to cash, Xoom takes money directly from bank accounts, and credit cards.
Yet among all of the countries on the transfer list, there are none from Africa. The issue has always been that you can have a great sending infrastructure: but what about the people receiving the money, people who might not have access to modern financial institutions?
Vodafone’s M-PESA has stepped into the breach in Kenya, allowing for people to send and receive money via their mobile phones, and for people to pick up money at small M-PESA affiliated retail branches.
Kipochi is a bitcoin mobile wallet that has built onto this system, and allowed for the transfer of bitcoin through M-PESA. As M-PESA looks to expand into India, and other nations this could represent the cutting edge of the future, the awaited solution for Ahmed and his family.
Open questions
Yet questions remain. Bitcoin, and M-PESA could not be more different in how they are organized. M-PESA is locked up proprietarily by Vodafone. Bitcoin is explicitly open, and encourages others to build on top of it.
Part of M-PESA’s success has been due to the overwhelming clout of Vodafone.
Could that ever be matched by an open network of technologists?
Does Vodafone have enough clout to bring the M-PESA model to every corner of the globe?
Larger questions are woven into the narrative of incumbent and newcomer. Bitcoin is not without failure, but the financial system has woven through it time and again.
Can the technology of tomorrow solve broken systems today? It’s a fundamental question that bleeds at the edge of technology and society, and pits the slow-moving legislative process against quick-paced hackers on the edge of the possible.
There’s hope to be taken from the past. The long history of the Internet was filled with geeks tinkering with things, breaking them, then seeing great new technologies they never fathomed coming out of it. The era of massive startup failures like Pets.com would give rise to the massive lean successes of today.
Open technologies like Linux, Apache, and Hadoop have changed the world for the better.
If the elusive Satoshi would speak, he might voice those hopes. Perhaps the financial system we live in is the not the system we need, it is the one we deserve…and perhaps we could build something better if we set out to do so together.
An entrepreneur could pick out a simple solution for how people could withdraw bitcoin into local currency without the need for corporate muscle. Others could found the secure bitcoin exchange of the future, and relieve laundering fears. Solutions could spring forward from anywhere.
All of this hinges on possibility. The one certainty is this:
Somewhere in America, migrants like Ahmed are waiting for an answer for the families they have left behind. A solution will mean the difference between life and death.
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Roger Huang is an entrepreneur who has co-founded a social network entitled ThoughtBasin that looks to connect students looking to make a difference with organizations looking for difference makers. You can see more of his writing at code(love).
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How Bitcoin might transform international payments — a lifeline for millions
It’s September, 13th, 2008. One of the most powerful men in America is about to foresee an earthquake in the financial system, something that will change the world. Jamie Dimon, the head of JP Morgan Chase, has seen it all—but even he has to steel himself for this moment. “You are about to experience the most unbelievable week in America,” he says over the phone to his employees.
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https://plus.google.com/101828794489864969169 Skiddy von Stade : Work-Life-Pay Balance for Bankers has declined significantly in value since the recession, from the ...
Work-Life-Pay Balance for Bankers has declined significantly in value since the recession, from the junior bankers all the way up to Jamie Dimon. Is it time to address the way Wall Street works? 

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Bankers reflect on work-life-pay balance - FT.com
In these dog days of summer, Jamie Dimon is still at work and holding forth in the corporate dining room. Despite being diagnosed with throat cancer, JPMorgan’s chief executive is not obviously ailing and is bearing – if perhaps not grinning through
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Legal Reserve Watch ’14: JPMorgan Chase - Jamie Dimon may have to squirrel away a few extra dollars, as the SEC and OCC team up to see whether JPMC was a little bit too proud of some of its world-class investment funds. The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. inappropriately steered private-banking clients to its own Continue reading Follow Dealbreaker on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: can't help it if it's prod... http://ow.ly/2LCuJy
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