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Big enough to fail

6 June 2019 By John Foley

The $350 bln U.S. lender is closing a clumsily conceived digital account for young professionals. JPMorgan has made bigger gaffes, and companies like Alphabet make a feature of their mistakes. The ability to weather flops is why innovation favors those with big balance sheets.

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