Christopher Caldwell

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JP Morgan's losses from its hedge-managers-gone-wild London unit could go as high as $7 billion. Too big to manage? And Bain becomes Romney's bane...a-gain.

JP Morgan's 7-Billion-Dollar Surprise: Claw-Back to the Future?

JP Morgan's losses from its hedge-managers-gone-wild London unit could go as high as $7 billion. Too big to manage? And Bain becomes Romney's bane...a-gain.

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