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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.
What's next for JPMorgan after acquiring First Republic?
JPMorgan acquired First Republic's assets and customers, but also a lot of outstanding debt.
Why big banks are "canaries in the economic coal mine"
On Friday, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase will post earning reports. Parts of their business struggled in the fourth quarter.
Wall Street widened the racial wealth gap. Can big banks help bridge it?
In her new book, journalist Emily Flitter looks at how Wall Street giants have kept Black Americans out of the financial industry.
JPMorgan pauses stock buybacks as profits slump
CEO Jamie Dimon also cited economic worries, including the Ukraine war and inflation, in the big bank's move to conserve cash.
JPMorgan Chase promises $30 billion to address racial wealth gap
Some of the initiative is philanthropic, but most of it is lending with an expected return for the bank.
Chase seeks new markets with new branches
JPMorgan Chase just announced that it’ll open 90 new branches by the end of the year.
The last CEO standing from the financial crisis
Cybersecurity is now the top worry of Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase.
A big bank bets on sustainability
JPMorgan Chase announced today a $200 billion commitment to financing clean energy. On top of that, divisions across the firm, from retail to real estate, are working to switch all Chase properties around the world to 100 percent renewable power by the year 2020. That’s more than 5,000 properties in some 60 countries. Here’s why […]
Why is Wall Street losing black executives?
Some of the biggest U.S. banks are losing diversity, falling behind the rest of corporate America.