James Dimon Videos
Business leaders break from Trump after Charlottesville
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon and other chief executives have taken action against hate groups and neo-Nazis, with many also directly condemning President Trump's comments.
Trump faces more backlash after Charlottesville remarks
Republican lawmakers are distancing themselves from the president and a CEO advisory council decided to disband because of Trump's response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Donald Trump's news conferences continues to echo across America
The president takes a defiant stand, blaming "both sides," giving a voice to white nationalists.
Megan Murphy: Trump has 'almost intentionally removed himself' from health care battle
Right now, we have no consensus on how the repeal and replace the failed policies of Obamacare. I can't tell you the number of hours I have heard the same arguments go around and around and around and around. As far as I know, there's no consensus on how the pass the government. They'll be going
Starbucks CEO and Future CEO Talk New Business Direction
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and future CEO Kevin Johnson join Rebecca Jarvis to talk the future of Starbucks business.
Donald Trump's Next Steps, International Reaction to Election
ABC News' Tom Llamas and Martha Raddatz discuss the president-elect's possible picks for top members of his administration.
Congressman Asks Fed Chairwoman if Wells Fargo Should Be Broken Up
California representative Brad Sherman asks Janet Yellen if she will use powers granted to her to break up the bank following the resent fake accounts scandal.
US Stocks Plunge in Wake of Brexit Vote
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis and Terry Moran discuss the ripple effects from Britain voting to exit the European Union.
Financial Markets React to 'Brexit' Vote
The fallout from U.K. voters' decision to leave the European Union reverberated across financial markets.
JPMorgan Profit Knocked by Legal Costs
Okay. It is Wednesday January 14. The markets in New York are open and a big number this morning 990 million dollars that. Is the whopping amount JPMorgan set aside for legal expenses in the fourth quarter. Knocking down profits and surprising Wall Street. While profit was lower so with revenue as