JPM $13B Settlement, Best Buy Shares Fall

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Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Mark Crumpton reports on today's top stories in "Top Headlines." He speaks on Bloomberg Television's “Money Moves”. (Source: Bloomberg)

Jpmorgan has agreed to the last details in a $13 billion settlement of investigations into questionable mortgage practices.

A deal might be announced this afternoon.

The settlement would mark the largest amount ever paid by a financial firm in the u.s.. this would include the previously disclosed for billion dollar deal with the finance agency.

Sales -- shares of best buy have been under pressure.

They will keep pace with competitor price cuts.

Shares of best buy had more than tripled this year.

The architect of the theory of disruptive innovation, clayton christensen says that businesses should not assume that disruption leads to success.

He spoke to bloomberg surveillance.

Most people, when they study a problem, they want to find a validation for what they decide to do anyway.

So, the word disruptive has so many connotations in the english language.

If they call it disruptive, they think that people will assume it will be successful.

We have a very specific meaning and people use the word to justify whatever they want to do.

Another headline we are following, franklin templeton investments has announced their

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