Why Jamie Dimon apologized to Elizabeth Warren

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, seen here on September 21, in Washington, DC, is testifying on Capitol Hill September 22 for the second straight day. This time, he'll face longtime critic, Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon testified on Capitol Hill Thursday for the second straight day. This time, he faced his longtime critic Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Warren began her line of questioning by asking how many instances of fraud had been reported to his bank from customers using Zelle, a popular payment platform jointly owned by a number of banks including JPMorgan.

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