JPMorgan to Pay a Whale of a Fine Over Trading Loss

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Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- "Lunch Money" Host Adam Johnson reports on the latest top news stories. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Syria's president assaad says he is committed to giving up his chemical weapons.

In an interview on fox news, assaad said he would have no problems banning the weapons.

Assaad also reiterated his beliefs, rebel fighters, not his own government troops used chemical arms in last month's deadly attack.

And jpmorgan is paying a whale of a fine to settle the london whale trading scandal.

They will pay $920 million in penalties to u.s. and u.k. regulators.

The bank admitted to violating federal security laws and failing to implement adequate controls.

It was also found to provide incomplete information to regulators and the board.

And the man who transformed nintendo from playing games to a videogaming giant has died.

He oversaw the development of early game consoles and he also hired the designer who created

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