Does this case indicate that JPMorgan and the federal government were in a collaborative partnership or working at arm’s length? Why do you think so?
Answer to relevant QuestionsWhich stakeholders benefited, and which were hurt, by JPMorgan’s actions in this case? For those that were hurt, wasn’t this a risk they were willing to take? Would the effectiveness of these tactics vary, depending on the political issue at stake?Using the classification system presented in the section, “Alternative Policy Approaches,” explain what type(s) of government regulation would most effectively address the concerns you identified in question 1.If you were a credit card customer, would you feel secure that banks, such as Citi, are adequately protecting your personal information and guarding against criminals accessing your money or stealing your identity?If you were a manager for a fast food chain or food company, what actions would you take with respect of obesity, if any?
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