Lawmakers and public interest groups are outraged because the bank can write up to $3 billion of its payout off as a business expense.
The third-quarter season had a shaky start, with companies struggling to meet lowered expectations.
The social network now aims to sell shares for between $23 and $25 each, up from an initial range of $17 to $20.
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JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs are set to collect a total of $37.2 million in fees as underwriters of Twitter's initial public offering next week, according to people familiar with the matter.
The closure may give executives a way to play down other headwinds hampering their ability to deliver growth.
The negotiations mark the latest effort by the largest U.S. bank to remove the dark cloud of legal and regulatory uncertainty that has been hovering above it for months.
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