Jamie Dimon

Big banks have benefited under Trump. Their employees give more to Biden.


The industry has enjoyed lower tax rates and regulatory relief during the current administration, but individual donations from the eight largest banks favor the Democratic nominee by more than 4-to-1.


Dimon says he’s hopeful Biden would fix some of America’s issues


Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, said he’s optimistic a Biden presidency could solve problems including health care and economic inequality without damaging businesses.


JPMorgan Chase posts surprise jump in profit on lower credit costs


The company defied expectations by cutting its reserve for loan losses by $569 million, after adding $20 billion to the allowance in the first half.


Jamie Dimon doesn’t see a return to normal until middle of next year


The JPMorgan Chase CEO, among the biggest Wall Street proponents of returning workers to the office, doesn’t see life returning to some form of normal until mid-2021 at the earliest.


JPMorgan says most consumer staff to work from home until 2021


JPMorgan Chase told thousands of office workers across its consumer unit they can plan to continue working remotely until next year, breaking with the firm’s Wall Street operations.


JPMorgan adds consumer bank CEO Duckett to leadership team


JPMorgan Chase added a half dozen executives, including Thasunda Brown Duckett, to its operating committee in the biggest expansion of its top leadership group in years.


Jamie Dimon sees long-term damage if people don’t get back to work


JPMorgan Chase's CEO says he fears productivity is slipping and that workers, particularly younger ones, are feeling alienated.


JPMorgan tells senior traders to restaff offices by Sept. 21


The new order is the strongest move yet by a U.S. bank to require employees to return to the workplace.


Dimon, Corbat, Moynihan among CEOs pledging to hire 100,000 New Yorkers


The promise, made by the chief executive officers of 27 companies including JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Bank of America, is part of a new initiative called the New York Jobs CEO Council.


Dimon says economic outlook ‘much murkier’ as virus cases surge


Megabanks like JPMorgan Chase boosted loan-loss provisions to record levels in the second quarter in preparation for what could be a wave of loan defaults.