JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s top spokesman, Joseph Evangelisti, sold his four-story townhouse in Manhattan’s West Village for $6.7 million, more than three years after first putting it on the market.
While U.S. boards have curtailed company-paid perks like hunting lodges and golf club memberships, CEOs are cranking up personal use of corporate jets.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and HSBC Holdings PLC were sued by an investor claiming they manipulated silver futures and options prices in violation of U.S. antitrust law by placing “spoof” trading orders.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. units were sued by two pension funds over claims they made misleading statements about the exposure of MF Global Holdings Ltd. securities to European sovereign debt.
Sprint Nextel Corp. and the U.S. Justice Department lost their bid to share confidential documents as they seek to stop a proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA Inc by AT&T Inc.
Massachusetts’s top financial watchdog fined Citigroup Inc. $2 million after a junior analyst improperly disclosed confidential information before Facebook Inc.’s initial public offering.
The trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff’s collapsed firm said JPMorgan Chase & Co. shouldn’t “escape” facing his $6.4 billion lawsuit in bankruptcy court.
"We would look forward to a meeting."
- Joseph Evangelisti on Oct 12, 2010