Dimon's Pivot from Bravado to Humility


JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon, who in the past proudly defended the financial industry's ability to regulate itself, is playing defense after disclosing the company's $2 billion trading loss, saying on NBC's ''Meet the Press'' that everybody ''makes mistakes''. Dimon, who once inspired the book title ''Last Man Standing,'' at the end of the financial crisis, faces a crisis of his own. Reuters TV follows his comments from then until now.

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