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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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  • Spending on cyberattack insurance soars as hacks become more common

    Spending on cyberattack insurance soars as hacks become more common
    Hackers are wreaking havoc on big organizations, but they're also spurring a new market — cyberattack liability insurance. Once-complacent businesses, stung by debilitating cyberattacks at Target Corp., JPMorgan Chase Co. and other well-known...
  • Commuter Nightmare: Six Lives Lost At Crossing

     Commuter Nightmare: Six Lives Lost At Crossing
    In the sea of New York City commuters rushing through Grand Central Terminal at the end of the day, they were just five faces among the thousands. Three worked in finance, one worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the fifth was a research...
  • Tax preparer TurboTax resumes processing state tax returns; says it added anti-fraud measures

    TurboTax, the country's most popular do-it-yourself tax preparation software, halted processing state tax returns for about 24 hours because of a spike in fraudulent filings. Intuit, the company behind TurboTax, said it resumed filing of state returns at...
  • TurboTax resumes state tax return filing after fraud-related suspension

    TurboTax resumes state tax return filing after fraud-related suspension
    The company behind TurboTax, the best-selling tax preparation software in the country, temporarily stopped processing e-filed state tax returns this week after an uptick in fraudulent filings. The Maryland Comptroller's office believes it has not issued...
  • TurboTax stops processing state tax returns on fraud reports

    TurboTax, the country's most popular do-it-yourself tax preparation software, said Friday that it has temporarily stopped processing state tax returns because of an increase in fraudulent filings. State agencies have reported a rise in filings with...
  • Companies too big to invert would take brunt of Obama tax plan

    NEW YORK President Barack Obama's proposal to tax the offshore profits of U.S. corporations could encourage all but the largest companies to follow their cash hoard overseas, according to business leaders and tax lawyers. The plan would levy a one-time...
  • Empty Macau gaming tables forecast slide in $44 billion industry

    In the heart of Macau stands a 56-story tower with soaring gold-trimmed arches. On the second floor of the L'Arc Macau, there's a sight that would have been unheard of a year ago: An abandoned room for high-end gamblers. There are no tables, no dealers...
  • A bold step forward in challenging Citizens United

    Recently, Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., announced bold legislation that will limit corporate felons' ability to influence our elections. It's an important step toward undoing the damage of the Supreme Court's 5-year-old Citizens United decision and...
  • Michael Polsky sells second penthouse

    Michael Polsky sells second penthouse
    Invenergy President and CEO Michael Polsky has sold a second downtown penthouse, a three-bedroom, 4,150-square-foot unit on the 27th floor of a River North tower, for $1.9 million. Last week, the Tribune reported that Polsky sold his never-occupied, 4,...
  • S&P to pay $1.4 billion in claims it misled investors with rosy ratings

    S&P to pay $1.4 billion in claims it misled investors with rosy ratings
    Ending one the most contentious cases of the post-crisis era, Standard & Poor's Financial Services agreed to settle government allegations that it misled investors with rosy credit ratings on billions of dollars of mortgage securities during the run-up to...
  • S&P is expected to settle litigation over its role in financial crisis

    S&P is expected to settle litigation over its role in financial crisis
    In May 2004, as the U.S. housing market was heating up, Standard & Poor's Financial Services lost to a rival a huge deal to rate mortgage-backed securities to be issued by a major Japanese bank. The reason? S&P's credit standards were too high, an...