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JPMorgan's Multimillion Dollar Typo

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Bloomberg's Dominic Chu reports that JPMorgan Chase & Co. is being sued by a trader who says he accepted a contract from the investment bank because a typographical error made him believe he would be paid 10 times what was actually offered.

Pelosky, Brusca, Lipton On MF Global Developments

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Bloomberg News reporter Phil Mattingly, Jay Pelosky, consultant at J2Z Advisory, columnist William Cohan, Robert Brusca, president of Fact & Opinion Economics, and Bloomberg Television markets correspondent Joshua Lipton talk about the latest developments in the MF Global case.

Goldman Hunting for 'Muppets'

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William Cohan, author of 'Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World' and a Bloomberg View columnist, talks about reports that Goldman Sachs is reviewing internal emails after outgoing executive Greg Smith attacked the firm's culture in an opinion piece last week.