It's not a surprise that Calpers has cast its lot with supporters of the resolution that would split the chairman and CEO positions at JPMorgan Chase. The big public California pension has been...
JPMorgan has quite a battle on its hand ahead of its annual shareholder meeting, where its embattled board and top executives will square off. To add a bit of fuel to the fire, analyst Mike Mayo, after meeting with the bank's CFO, has just weighed in with a report to clients that lumps JPMorgan in the "underperform" category.
With JPMorgan's annual shareholder meeting looming on May 21 in Tampa, the vote on whether to split the CEO and Chairman jobs has taken on a life of its own.
JPMorgan beat estimate for the first quarter, but it hardly dazzled the market.
Is Jamie Dimon irreplaceable as the top executive at JPMorgan Chase?
There are times when banks withdraw significantly from certain markets, to the delight of competitors.
Part of the powerful current of negative news about JPMorgan Chase was a lot of publicity about its policies regarding payday lenders, which are able to directly withdraw payments from customer accounts at several big banks.
The conventional wisdom holds that Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase fared the worst in the Federal Reserve Board's Dodd-Frank mandated stress tests, the results of which trickled out over the past few weeks.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon turned 57 on March 13, and DealBook took the opportunity to wish him well and relive what has become a signature deal in his storied career.
Few people think that the widely covered cyberattacks on big banks, which I've discussed often over at FierceFinanceIT, are over.