How About Some Clawback at JPMorgan?

, The Litigation Daily

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Sarbanes-Oxley gives the SEC the power to claw back money from a company's CEO if the company restates its financial results as a result of wrongdoing. So why doesn't the SEC claw back $10 million from JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon?

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