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Dimon cutters: More restive shareholders back splitting chairman, CEO roles at JPMorgan

This one’s going to be close, Jamie.
The JPMorgan boss is losing his grip on the chairmanship roughly a year after the nation’s biggest bank was rocked by the $6.2 billion “London Whale” trading scandal.
Shareholder momentum in favor of splitting the chairman and CEO roles held… …read more
Source: NY Post

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