Wednesday, May 15, 2013

JP Morgan to Bloomberg: “‘Sorry? I’ll show you sorry!’

Dan Doctoroff better hope he can access good legal help through his Bloomberg terminal.  JPMorgan Chase yesterday formally demanded the Bloomberg CEO cough up more information on the spying scandal, a move first reported by The Post via Twitter and on

Legal eagles at the bank, run by Jamie Dimon (left), have demanded detailed assurances that Bloomberg, ensnared in a far-reaching spying scandal first reported by The Post, no longer snoops on clients.  The request, sent in recent days, amps up pressure on Bloomberg to fork over specific information about its past practice of its reporters using the firm’s namesake data terminals to keep tabs on clients, including JPMorgan and Goldman….

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