Midweek Roundup: U.S. Reportedly Worked with Cartel to Gather Data, JPMorgan to Strengthen Checks on Cash Deposits, and More

Mexico-based El Universal reported that U.S. officials allowed the Sinaloa Cartel to operate unimpeded between 2002 and 2012 in exchange for intelligence on the group's rivals, Time said. The Mexican newspaper cited court documents outlining alleged meetings between Drug Enforcement Administration officials and Sinaloa leaders. More Leslie Caldwell, the nominee to replace former Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, is expected to ramp up prosecutions of white-collar criminals, including individuals at corporations, Main Justice said Tuesday. More JPMorgan Chase will begin requiring cash depositors to show identification and have an account with the bank following its record $2 billion settlement for...