JPMorgan Chase & Co. shareholders voted more than 10-1 to endorse boss Jamie Dimon's pay package, more than 7-1 to retain Dimon-backed directors, and by a less convincing 3-2 margin to let Dimon continue to serve as both board chairman and CEO (instead of getting someone else to run the board and its oversight role), in the wake of last week's embarrassing bank treasury trading losses. Bloomberg story here, my Sunday column here.
Posted: May 15, 2012 - 12:46 PM
Joseph N. DiStefano
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