America's top banker makes a DC power play

Jamie Dimon, the 61-year-old CEO of JP Morgan Chase, has been making far more frequent trips to Washington, D.C.; fueling speculation he’s looking to play a bigger role beyond being leader of one of the world’s most profitable banks.


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Market is up on Mnuchin's comments

Investors are cheering strong economic data and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s promise of a new tax plan, says David Miller, CIO at Catalyst Funds. Aleksandra Michalska reports.


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Breakingviews TV: Wells woes

The U.S. mega-bank’s fake-accounts scandal has swelled to some 3.5 million customers. Jeffrey Goldfarb and Richard Beales discuss what it means for CEO Tim Sloan and the new chair.


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Home Depot's race to respond to Harvey

Though Harvey was still two days away from a catastrophic Texas landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, a text-messaged warning spurred the world’s largest home-improvement retailer, Home Depot into action.


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