J.P. Morgan's $13 billion penalty
Clip: 10/20/2013 | 4m 13s
A tentative deal was reached yesterday between the Justice Department and JP Morgan Chase. The agreement would require chase, the nation's largest bank, to pay a record 13-billion dollar penalty. Dawn Kopecki, a banking reporter with Bloomberg News, who has been following the Chase story for some time provides analysis.
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