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JPMorgan's Dimon gets his bonus again

(REUTERS) – JPMorgan Chase & Co’s Jamie Dimon’s compensation in 2014 stayed unchanged at $20 million, but the chief executive officer got a cash bonus, something he was not awarded in 2013. 245 more words

Finance

Dimon warns breaking up JPMorgan would hurt US financial power

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US financial power would be diminished if it were left to Baby JPMorgans to compete with emerging Chinese megabanks, Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase’s chief executive, said on Wednesday as he was forced to make the case for his bank staying intact. 522 more words

Daily News

Infosys catches up with TCS in operating margin

Infosys is now neck-and-neck with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in terms of operating margins, a year-anda-half after the Bengaluru-based company lost the most profitable IT firm title to its Mumbai-headquartered rival. 362 more words

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Jamie Dimon calls regulation un-American, once again

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon still thinks the way banks are treated these days is un-American.

On a conference call on Wednesday morning in which the bank reported that last year it had earned $22 billion, or roughly 240,000 times what’s in the average American’s retirement account, Jamie Dimon said that JPMorgan was “under assault,” and questioned whether the increased scrutiny by regulators of banks since the financial crisis has gone too far. 580 more words

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The Good

Neil Irwin says “the single biggest question about the economy in 2015 is whether pay raises will become more commonplace.  Three pieces of news on Tuesday point to yes. 379 more words

JPMorgan Waves Off Breakup Call After Fourth Quarter Earnings Miss

The nation’s largest bank by assets missed analysts estimates on the top and bottom line as a drop in trading revenue was not offset by consumer banking activity or fees earned from its asset management and investment banking activity. 7 more words

JPMorgan Misses Fourth Quarter Earnings Amid Fixed Income Trading Declines

The nation’s largest bank by assets missed analysts estimates on the top and bottom line as a drop in trading revenue was not offset by consumer banking activity or fees earned from its asset management and investment banking activity. 7 more words