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Unlike the risky subprime mortgages before the financial crisis, these new products have stricter regulations and are under a different name.
Private email exchanges between executives showed that Gao Hucheng said he would be “willing to go extra miles” for JPMorgan if his son kept his job during the bank’s 2008 layoffs.