Breaking Up Big Banks Hard to Do as Market Forces FailChristine Harper
Seventeen years ago fund manager Michael F. Price spurred the merger of Chase Manhattan Corp. and Chemical Banking Corp., creating what was then the biggest U.S. bank and laying the foundation for JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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