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Why Jamie Dimon is the CEO that bridges Wall Street and Washington

Emily Flitter of The New York Times explains how the head of JPMorgan became one of the key people trying to shore up the banking system.
"It's not like Jamie Dimon has dictatorial control over the situation the way John Pierpont Morgan Sr. did, but there are some incredible similarities," says New York Times reporter Emily Flitter. Above, the JPMorgan Chase CEO.
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Bank failures have some small businesses reconsidering where they park their money

Mar 27, 2023
Some have been moving money to "too big to fail" banks. Others are sticking with community institutions.
In addition to the idea of larger banking institutions being "to big too fail," they also tend to have more sophisticated technology than smaller banks.
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