At first, it seemed like a bargain for JPMorgan. Then the fines rolled in.
In the last year, GE Capital has sold off $180 billion dollars of its business
Federal agencies are working on rules to reduce risk-taking on Wall Street.
Feds and financial institutions still negotiating the rules on regulation
The company can now shed its “systemically important” label, which could force a shake up in the government's “Too Big To Fail” process.