JPMorgan Shareholders Approve Pay Packages After $2B Trading Loss

Despite the bank's $2 billion trading loss, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon still has the support of the company's stockholders. Today at the company's annual meeting shareholders voted to approve his multi-million pay package. Shareholders voted 91.5 percent in the "say on pay" vote for JP Morgan's compensation for its executives. They voted 41 percent in favor of an independent chairman, or splitting the role of chairman of the board and chief executive officer, both held by Dimon presently....Full Story
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