Faculty in the News: June 28, 2012

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June 29th, 2012

BU experts on JPMorgan, Google, & Wells Fargo

SMG_newsBoston University Public Relations’ Professor Voices blog features a sampling of quotes by experts from BU’s School of Management on recent issues impacting the business world:

“Essentially, JPMorgan has been operating a hedge fund with federal insured deposits within a bank.” (JPMorgan Trading Loss May Reach $9 BillionNew York TimesMark Williams

“It gets them over the first discussion hurdle, that is they’ve alerted shareholders to the fact he’s going to have this health effect. The tough questions still lie ahead, and there will be continued pressure to keep answering those tough questions.” (Google CEO says “nothing seriously wrong”: sourceReutersJames Post

“By expanding so much in the mortgage industry, Wells Fargo is building a potentially dangerous concentration in one type of loan. What we know is that diversification is extremely important in banking.” (INSIGHT – Wells Fargo’s mushrooming mortgage riskReutersMark Williams

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