Crisis negotiations at JPMorgan: Banking on a deal with the DOJ

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Sometimes the goal in negotiation is to improve your fortunes. At other times, the best you can hope for is to lessen the fallout from past mistakes.

Take the case of JPMorgan Chase, which in late September was threatened with civil charges from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for its sales of troubled mortgage investments

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