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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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  • Robert B. Reich: What we haven't learned about Wall Street over the past five years

    While attention is focused on Syria, the gambling addiction of Wall Street's biggest banks is more dangerous than ever. Five years ago this month, Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, and the Street hurtled toward the worst financial crisis in 80 years. Yet...
  • They confiscated 201,780 points -- can you help me get them back?

    They confiscated 201,780 points -- can you help me get them back?
    When Chase closes Robert Weisberg's account and confiscates 201,000 points, he's told he is out of options. But is he? The Travel Troubleshooter investigates. Q: I recently applied and received a co-branded credit card from Chase and AARP. The card had...
  • Chip ahoy -- lots more cards

    Chip ahoy -- lots more cards
    The logjam in chip technology credit cards has finally broken, and as of now, dozens of chip-enabled cards are available from banks based in the United States, with more coming along steadily. Previously, technical differences from conventional cards...
  • Most Rewarding Credit Cards

    Most Rewarding Credit Cards
    The U.S. credit card that gives the highest reward dollar value for travel, says a new report from NextAdvisor, is the Barclay Arrival World MasterCard, followed closely by the Capital One Venture Rewards Card. For every $100 you spend on the card, both...
  • Remember the name

    Creditanstalt. Remember the name. But first a family story: He was an ambitious young man in the Roaring Twenties, fresh out of the University of Texas where he'd been, as they used to say, well-liked. And the young man deserved to be: He had a gift for...
  • Too big to save

    Occasionally there is an opinion piece in the papers so clear in its analysis of a problem, so convincing in its argumentation, and so authoritative in its judgment that, on finishing it, a reader is tempted to just stand up and cheer. That's what I felt...
  • Read federal job announcements thoroughly

    DEAR JOYCE: Recently you said you think this is a good time to apply for federal jobs despite the sequestration. But I've submitted my application several times with zero success. What am I doing wrong? -- C.H. I can't pinpoint what's keeping you out...
  • Debt after death: Chase pulls plug on credit card insurance plan

    A deal is a deal. Or it should be. For years, Chase bank offered a Payment Protector plan. For an extra monthly fee — typically a bit less than 1% of the card balance — credit cardholders could insure themselves against job loss, illness...
  • CEO-to-worker pay gap is obscene; want to know how obscene?

    Nothing seems to get U.S. corporations' dander up like a threat to the pay and perks of their chief executives. That's one explanation for corporate America's superheated, turbocharged, over-the-top reaction to the CEO pay ratio rule recently proposed...
  • CalPERS appears to be a willing victim

    CalPERS appears to be a willing victim
    Students of the fine art of pointing fingers know that the key thing is to not make yourself look like an idiot in the process. By that standard, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System just flunked. In a lawsuit filed this month in...
  • Things are looking up -- at the pawn shop

    The economy is tanking, banks are scrambling for cover, the Fed is repeatedly cutting interest rates . . . and business is booming at pawn shop Crown City Loan & Jewelry in Old Pasadena. Standing behind a display case brimming with hocked watches and...