Jamie Dimon

JPMorgan invites cities to compete for $500M in development funds


The nation's largest bank said Wednesday it is seeking proposals on ways to address economic inequality in local neighborhoods across the country.


Jamie Dimon, Tim Cook among CEOs fearing 'harm' from Trump immigration policy


Dozens of top U.S. business leaders including JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon, Apple's Tim Cook and Pepsico's Indra Nooyi signed a letter expressing "serious concerns" about the Trump administration's immigration policy changes and their potential to undermine economic growth.


Trump's earnings idea is a long shot, but don't dismiss it outright


The president's suggestion that public companies report financial results twice a year instead of quarterly might win nods of approval from CEOs, but it’s unlikely to fly with investors. Still, there’s room for reforms to reporting practices, some backed by prominent bankers.


Dimon endures; big bank stocks back in favor


With Blankfein retiring, the JPM chief will be the last crisis-era big bank CEO still in charge; earnings and big payouts are boosting bank equity prices.


More faces of the financial crisis: Where are they now? (Banker edition)


Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein remain prominent public figures, but many other crisis-era CEOs have kept low profiles over the past decade.


Goldman’s gold; Dimon’s ‘what could have been’


Stock options offered employees during the financial crisis are now worth $3 billion; the JPM CEO says he talked with Jeff Bezos about a job two decades ago.


Dimon, Corbat-led group criticize Trump immigration policy


JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon condemned the separation of immigrant children from their parents at the U.S. border, while a group that Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat co-chairs also called for an end to the policy.


Number of black bankers at JPMorgan drops for 6th straight year


Even with the decline, the nation's largest bank still employs a higher percentage of black employees in the U.S. than its rivals.


New bank lobbying group excludes Goldman and Morgan Stanley


The firms were initially slated to be included in a newly merged trade association, but they were blocked after some executives objected to adding more Wall Street banks.


Dimon, Buffett urge CEOs to end quarterly earnings forecasts


Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon are doubling down on their plea for corporations to stop providing quarterly earnings guidance.