How will shareholders react?
The CEO of JPMorgan Chase called the pandemic a "wake up call."
Rep. Katie Porter showed JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon just how completely out of touch he is with reality. It was delicious.
Rep. Katie Porter asked a simple question: How are Dimon's employees supposed to make up a $500 shortfall between living expenses and what they're paid at JP Morgan Chase. He had no real answer.
Republicans are describing their effort to change America’s tax laws as “reform,” but their proposals are really just one more giveaway to the top 1%, which gets 80% of the benefits of their plan. Here's one example: subsidizing private jets.
Because he lied about everything and people believed him.
iPhones are not a measure of the middle class.
In order to provide an alternative to Wall Street and the Koch brothers in 2016, Democrats must embrace a progressive populist economic agenda.
Recent comments from these elites show just how removed they are from the experience of everyday Americans.
The head of banking giant JP Morgan Chase said on Wednesday that Elizabeth Warren just doesn't understand the global banking system. Speaking to "So That Happened" at Huffington Post, the Massachusetts Senator shot back, “The problem for these guys is that I fully understand the system and I understand how they make their money. And that’s what they don’t like about me.”
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