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Advertising: Chase Courts Instagram Set, Whetting Appetites for Travel and Dining

Advertising: Chase Courts Instagram Set, Whetting Appetites for Travel and Dining

A credit card ad featuring the late-night host James Corden and the chef Mads Refslund.
To Secure a Mega-Merger, AT&T Plans to Shoulder Mega-Debt

To Secure a Mega-Merger, AT&T Plans to Shoulder Mega-Debt

An AT&T store window in New York City. A deal with Time Warner would create a combined debt of about $175 billion.

Breakingviews: What Trump’s Victory Might Mean for Banks

Donald Trump’s appointments and some of his policies might benefit banks, but his erratic positions on other issues could mean long-term pain.
JPMorgan Is Said to Settle Bribery Case Over Hiring in China

JPMorgan Is Said to Settle Bribery Case Over Hiring in China

A deal with the government in a bribery case in China would end one of the last big regulatory issues for JPMorgan Chase, which had faced scrutiny in mortgage securities and a trading scandal.
JPMorgan Chase to Pay $264 Million to Settle Foreign Bribery Case

JPMorgan Chase to Pay $264 Million to Settle Foreign Bribery Case

Federal prosecutors and regulators announced a settlement of roughly $264 million with JPMorgan Chase and its Hong Kong subsidiary.
E.U. Fines Three Banks About $520 Million for Interest Rate Collusion

E.U. Fines Three Banks About $520 Million for Interest Rate Collusion

Margrethe Vestager, the commissioner in charge of European competition policy, in Brussels on Wednesday. European antitrust regulators fined Crédit Agricole, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase.

Insurance Policies on Slaves: New York Life’s Complicated Past

The bottom half of one of New York Life’s 19th-century ledgers lists an insurance policy taken out on a slave named Harriett. The ledger is held by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Where Does the Mortgage Settlement Money Go?

Where Does the Mortgage Settlement Money Go?

In 2014, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. led a news conference about Bank of America’s $16 billion settlement. It was attended by such a large group of investigators that there was masking tape on
Your Money: Want Hopeful Signs From 2016? Look to Some of Its Aggravations

Your Money: Want Hopeful Signs From 2016? Look to Some of Its Aggravations

Airlines will have to provide prompt, automated refunds of baggage fees if they don’t deliver luggage on time, new legislation says.

Chase Sapphire Reserve Card’s Huge Bonus Will Be Slashed

The sign-up bonus, 100,000 points, will be cut for online applicants after Jan. 12, and for those applying at JPMorgan Chase branches after March 12.

Frontier Airlines Is Said to Hire Banks to Plan Stock Debut

The no-frills passenger airline is looking to raise $500 million in its initial public offering, implying a valuation of about $2 billion.
JPMorgan Ordered to Pay Damages for Firing Whistle-Blower

JPMorgan Ordered to Pay Damages for Firing Whistle-Blower

JPMorgan Chase has been ordered to pay back wages, damages and legal fees to Johnny Burris, a former broker who was fired when he complained about the bank’s practices.
Fair Game: S.E.C. Inertia on Paybacks Adds to Investor Harm

Fair Game: S.E.C. Inertia on Paybacks Adds to Investor Harm

In August 2015, the S.E.C. struck a settlement with Citigroup over an exotic investment strategy involving municipal bonds that the bank sold to clients from 2002 to 2008.

JPMorgan to Pay $55 Million to Settle Mortgage Discrimination Complaint

African-American and Hispanic borrowers were charged on average, $1,000 more than comparable mortgages for whites from 2006 to 2009, prosecutors say.
The Dow Hit 20,000. Now What?

The Dow Hit 20,000. Now What?

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange late Wednesday morning after the Dow Jones industrial average crossed the 20,000 mark for the first time.
Wall Street Reassures Employees, Without Wholly Rejecting Travel Ban

Wall Street Reassures Employees, Without Wholly Rejecting Travel Ban

The finance world delivered a largely muted response to President Trump’s temporary ban on immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, even as other industries took far stronger stances.
Business Giants to Announce Creation of a Computing System Based on Ethereum

Business Giants to Announce Creation of a Computing System Based on Ethereum

Microsoft is among the companies set to form the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance — an organization that will create a standard version of Ethereum software for businesses to use for tracking data and