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Jamie Dimon

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  • Out of the Blue: Chase away Chase, too many banks

    OK, so what's the story on the sudden surge of banks in our town? Big, hairy ones. The ones we bailed out after they caused the crash and who thanked us by collectively growing 30% bigger and gobbling up the weak. Four new banks have come to town...
  • JPMorgan CEO Dimon says he has curable throat cancer

    JPMorgan CEO Dimon says he has curable throat cancer
    NEW YORK - JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said he has been diagnosed with curable throat cancer and he plans to remain actively involved in the largest U.S. bank's business. In a memo to the bank's employees and shareholders...
  • JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says he has throat cancer

    Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive of banking giant JPMorgan Chase & Co., revealed Tuesday that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer. In a memo to JPMorgan employees and shareholders, Dimon, 58, called his prognosis excellent and the cancer...
  • JPMorgan names former Congresswoman as new Midwest chair

    JPMorgan names former Congresswoman as new Midwest chair
    JPMorgan Chase, Chicago’s biggest bank, said it has hired former U.S. Rep. Melissa Bean as chair of its Midwest business, replacing former United Airlines CEO Glenn Tilton. Bean’s duties will include recruiting employees in the region,...
  • Public interest group sues Justice Dept. over JPMorgan settlement

    Public interest group sues Justice Dept. over JPMorgan settlement
    WASHINGTON -- A public interest group on Monday sued the Justice Department over last year’s record $13-billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase & Co., arguing the deal to resolve investigations into faulty mortgage investments was unconstitutional...
  • Letters: The lessons of cheating in school

    Re "Errors could hurt college bound," Feb. 10 Such a simple word as "errors" diminishes the severity of purposely concealing grave misconduct by college applicants. The 11 Orange County students recently expelled from their high school over the cheating...
  • JPMorgan's Midwest Chairman Glenn Tilton to leave

    JPMorgan's Midwest Chairman Glenn Tilton to leave
    JPMorgan's Midwest Chairman Glenn Tilton is retiring at the end of June, according to an internal memo. Before joining JPMorgan, Tilton was the CEO of United Airlines. The bank said that Tilton "played a critical role working across our business to...
  • Era of falling interest rates appears to be over

    Era of falling interest rates appears to be over
    For all the mixed messages from the Fed and the uncertainty that has roiled financial markets recently, one thing looks very clear: The era of declining interest rates is over. After three decades in which borrowing costs for Americans have pretty...
  • Financial markets: Six highlights -- and absurdities -- of 2013

    Wall Street had plenty of reasons to think 2013 would go miserably for the stock market — what with a lackluster global economy, the U.S. government shutdown, Syria's civil war, the Obamacare fiasco and Miley Cyrus. Instead, we're on track for a...
  • Letters: How to really punish bank executives

    Letters: How to really punish bank executives
    Re "U.S. gives bank's execs a free pass," Column, Jan. 8 Michael Hiltzik is right on the money. JPMorgan Chase was clearly in violation of laws regarding suspicious activity reporting, and the fact that it got its own money out of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi...
  • JPMorgan profit slips 7% in fourth quarter

    NEW YORK -- JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s profit slipped 7% in the fourth quarter as the bank's legal costs mounted and investment banking slumped. The nation's largest bank said Tuesday it earned $5.3 billion, or $1.30 a share, down from $5.7 billion, or $1....