NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- When Jamie Dimon faces the Senate Banking Committee today, one can expect the kind of fine drama that is sorely lacking on Broadway nowadays. Time magazine calls it "the public whipping of Jamie Dimon." The silver-maned JPMorgan CEO, rigorously prepped, will strive to keep the hubris in check as he submits to indignant questioning over the bank's $3 billion (and counting) derivatives trading loss. Expect Oscar-worthy performances from all concerned.Only one thing will be missing. By all rights, JPMorgan should file a Form 8-K with the Securities and Exchange Commission to disclose the activities of an affiliated entity: the Senate Banking Committee. It's only right. I mean, shouldn't the viewing public know that they're all on the same team?
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