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"You'll be in court for two, three, four, five years, your people will be interviewed [and] your company will be demeaned in the press nonstop," Jamie Dimon said of JPMorgan Chase's decision not to fight the government's charges.

Dimon Discusses 'Worse' Ties with Regulators, 'Manageable' Volcker Rule

The Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase framed his bank's record-setting $13 billion settlement as a business decision but acknowledged that he now has work to do to repair ties with Washington.

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