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Gabriel joined JPMorgan in 2004 and worked in technology. He was not a trader or a banker.

James Moore: JPMorgan boss doesn't look quite so untouchable

Wasn't sorry supposed to be the hardest word? Not in Jamie Dimon's world. Since it emerged that his bank, JPMorgan, has lost $2bn (so far) through placing bad bets in the financial casino, the chief executive has demonstrated considerable creativity in finding ways to express regret (sorry, we got it wrong, we were stupid, we've got egg on our faces, etc etc). But contrition? That's rather more difficult to discern. After all, this was a man who only last week was railing against US Democrats (he claims to be one, but barely) for supposedly creating a climate of resentment towards successful people. A man who had called criticism of too-big-to-fail banks "infantile".

Whale of a problem for JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon

Jamie Dimon faces shareholders today after the revelation of $2.3bn trading losses

JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon: 'I was dead wrong'

Jamie Dimon blames bank's $2bn trading scandal on badly monitored strategy

Trading scandal boss: we were 'dead wrong'

The boss at the centre of the City's latest trading scandal admitted yesterday he was "dead wrong" to dismiss concerns about the bank a month earlier.

'Whale' to sink bank's bonuses

London trader's $2bn losses are expected to force JP Morgan to reduce this year's financial rewards

James Moore: We must not miss this chance to rein in the banks

JP Morgan's bankers were supposed to be the industry's golden boys. The people who didn't mess up like everybody else did during the financial crisis. Who showed the way things ought to be.

Once-mighty JP Morgan plunges on $2bn London trading crisis

'Heads will roll' at Wall Street giant long seen as a safe operator as investigation begins

£1.2bn JP Morgan Chase loss investigated

A team of high-stakes traders, including one dubbed the London Whale, were today at the centre of an investigation over £1.2 billion losses at America's biggest bank.

Gatwick owner GIP buys Edinburgh Airport in £807m deal

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Renaissance offer for Andrew Osborne

The former Bank of America Merrill Lynch corporate broker at the centre of a Financial Services Authority (FSA) "market abuse" crackdown has been offered a return to the City by Russia's Renaissance Capital.

Banks' value drops amid Spain fears

Britain's biggest banks lost £2 billion from their combined market value today as fears over Spain's creaking finances saw investors dump financial stocks.

Upbeat Wells Fargo and JP Morgan a surprise for Wall Street

JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo kicked off the Wall Street first quarter reporting season yesterday with better-than-expected results.

Market Report: Dividend let down sees BT miss out on bounce back

Investors in BT have been licking their lips recently at the prospect of a dividend hike. Ever since the telecoms giant announced new plans last month to tackle its massive pension deficit, hopes have been rising that a large increase to shareholder payouts would be the next step for the company.

Mothercare's profit fall adds to new boss's woes

Maternity retailer's 10 per cent sales slump shows extent of task facing incoming chief executive

The real man behind the myth that is Ian Hannam

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