The billionaire executive wants an itemized list of what the government would do with his tax dollars. Twitter critics made their own accounting of that demand.
“As a nation, we were clearly not equipped for this global pandemic, and the consequences have been devastating," Jamie Dimon wrote to shareholders.
"The good news is that it was caught early and the surgery was successful," bank executives said on Thursday.
The former law professor is taking notes and even assigning math homework. Wall Street better be paying attention.
Billionaire CEO Jamie Dimon struggled to come up with a solution for an employee struggling to make ends meet on an entry-level wage at his bank.
The CEO couldn't explain to the California lawmaker how his own employee should deal with a $567 monthly shortfall.
Leverage rules were supposed to be the last line of defense. Now even Democratic appointees are calling to weaken them.
The Future Investment Initiative conference is scheduled to begin Oct. 23 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Dimon is the latest high-profile cancellation after the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Gary Cohn said the JPMorgan Chase CEO, derided last week by the president, has what it takes for the White House.
Dimon backtracked after saying he could beat Trump in a campaign.
Trump went there on Twitter after the Wall Street executive said he was "smarter" than the president.
The high-profile CEO quickly did an about-face, saying, "I should not have said it."
People got way too excited about Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan's new health care venture.
Apparently corporate courage only goes so far.
Big banks have blown $157.4 billion buying up their own stock since the financial crisis.
The new alliance between financial executives and Donald Trump.