Jamie Dimon

JPMorgan signals caution on credit as recession concerns rise


The company also said at its investor day that the fourth-quarter slowdown in trading activity has continued into the new year.


JPMorgan helps expand loan program for minority business owners


The company on Monday also announced an initiative to boost economic opportunities for African-Americans that will focus on job training, career-leadership pathways and wealth building.


U.S. banks won $21 billion tax windfall then cut staff, lent less


Major U.S. banks shaved about $21 billion from their tax bills last year — almost double the IRS’s annual budget — as the industry benefited more than many others from the Republican tax overhaul.


'Can it be that these people take themselves seriously?': Comments of the week


Readers weigh in on calls that regulators consider the financial risks from climate change, respond to Trump administration plans to overhaul the housing finance system, consider GOP strategy on the House Financial Services Committee and more.


Will GOP shield big banks from Democrats' attacks, or pile on?


The new leadership of the House Financial Services Committee appears intent on subjecting Wall Street to a harsher spotlight, but banks shouldn’t be too sure the new minority has their backs, either.


Dimon on tax-hike proposals: The rich 'can afford to pay more'


Billionaire CEO Jamie Dimon is OK with tax hikes on the rich, as long as the revenue goes where he thinks it'll do the most good.


JPMorgan donates $1M to charities helping furloughed government workers


The New York company will also match donations made by its employees to Feeding America and United Way Worldwide.


U.S. bank CEOs see Fed staying the course after market chaos


Leaders of the biggest U.S. banks don’t see 2018’s wild ending as reason enough for the Federal Reserve to reverse course.


Jamie Dimon gets 5% pay hike after JPMorgan's record year


Dimon’s pay package included $24.5 million of restricted stock tied to performance, an annual base salary of $1.5 million and a $5 million cash bonus.


JPMorgan's Dimon says hard Brexit would be a 'disaster' for Britain


JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said he thinks a hard Brexit is unlikely but would be a "disaster" if it happened.