Jamie Dimon, the head of JPMorgan Chase was once described as the country’s “least hated banker,” and called “the Obama administration’s favorite banker” by The New York Times.
But Dimon ended up opposing financial markets regulation. Now his bank is bleeding money because of bad trading, and giving new life to arguments in favor of regulation.
Jeremy Hobson joins Robin Young as co-host of Here & Now in its new 2-hour format, from WBUR and NPR.
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