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When will the JPMorgan Chase CEO and Chairman finally get the hint?
Average market investors need to push Congress to regulate the banks, says former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair. TheStreet's Dan Freed spoke with Bair at Fordham Law School about the importance of pushing Congress to pressure regulators to make changes to the bank industry.
SEC regulators refused to analyze breaking-up mega-banks, says Sheila Bair. TheStreet's Dan Freed spoke with Bair at Fordham Law School about whether JPMorgan would ever agree to a break-up.
Wells Fargo was seen as a model for the banking industry during the financial crisis but former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair now says she's 'worried.' TheStreet's Dan Freed spoke with Bair in New York.
Bank analyst Mike Mayo has raised questions about a tiny office that plays a critical role in a controversial $8.5 billion settlement reached by Bank of America, so TheStreet's Dan Freed visited the office to see for himself.
Analysts appear to have a tough time figuring out how the bank is doing in reducing expenses.
Analyst Mike Mayo wonders if the case could have bigger implications than many investors realize.
The bank took trading risk in the fourth quarter and the CFO says he expects it to pay off in stronger first-quarter revenue.
Don't expect much in the way of actual profits when Bank of America reports fourth quarter earnings Thursday morning.
Separating commercial and investment banking would be better for the banking industry, says Roy Whitehead, CEO of Washington Federal--the largest bank based in Washington state.