Dimon: 'No, we're not too big to fail'

While testifying in front of Congress Jamie Dimon said that JPMorgan could only lose a trillion dollars if 'this earth is hit by a moon.'

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    Even before the two tragedies of 2014, Malaysia Airlines was already struggling financially. It's now undergoing a dramatic restructuring plan under the ownership of the country's sovereign wealth fund. Andrew Stevens explores whether the country's flag ship carrier can survive

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    Stocks are risky, right? According to Warren Buffett, the bigger risk is avoiding stocks. Christine Romans explains the returns half of Americans are missing.

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    Chase is rolling out sleek new ATM's and an online payment platform. Cristina Alesci checks out the technology - and security - behind the bank's upgraded "Branch of the Future."

  • Cuban cigar industry prepares for US demand 

    As relations between the U.S. and Cuba thaw, Cuban cigar makers are challenged with increasing productivity without compromising quality.

  • Leonard Nimoy dead at 83 

    A look back at the acting career of the man best known for playing Spock on the epic TV series 'Star Trek.'

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    It's the debate that rocked the internet. What color is the dress? CNN's Nina dos Santos breaks down the debate.

  • Will India's budget ease trade difficulties? 

    India's government will release its much anticipated annual budget on Saturday. One major reform that is expected is a change in the Goods and Services Tax (GST). Trading between India's states can be as difficult as trading between countries in Africa - different levies everywhere.

  • Wall Street's tab for the financial crisis 

    Morgan Stanley's $2.6 billion settlement is the latest bank bill in the mortgage meltdown. Years later, Christine Romans explains why that's little comfort to those kicked out of their homes.

  • The NSA tried to hack your phone...but failed 

    Gemalto, the world's largest manufacturer of SIM cards, said it believes it was jointly hacked by U.S. and U.K. spy agencies. But the hack ultimately failed, due to a secure transfer system Gemalto had in place.