Building the House of Dimon
- AT J.P. MORGAN, LOOK OUT FOR NO. 2. Stires, David // Fortune;10/18/2004, Vol. 150 Issue 8, p52
The article focuses on the executive succession at J.P. Morgan Chase. When the company acquired Bank One this year, the plan called for William Harrison, J.P. Morgan's 61-year-old CEO, to cede his throne to Jamie Dimon, his counterpart at Bank One, in 2006. Until then Dimon would serve as...
- JPMorgan Chase's. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;3/26/2014, pA02
The article announces personnel changes and corporate performance of American Financial company, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., including the resignation of Jamie Dimon, appointment of Michael Cavanagh and the company's shares of stock fell 0.2 percent to 60.93.
- DEBIT REGULATION COULD ADD TO UNBANKED, CHASE'S DIMON CONTENDS. // ISO & Agent Weekly;1/20/2011, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p5
The article reports on the statement of Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer (CEO) of JPMorgan Chase & Co., mentioning that up to 5% of banked consumers might be driven to leave the banking system if financial industries changes pricing.
- With Capital To Deploy, First Purchase Is Flexibility. Rieker, Matthias // American Banker;1/17/2008, Vol. 173 Issue 12, p1
The author reports on the 2007 fourth quarter earnings for JPMorgan Chase & Co. According to the article, the company's chief executive, James Dimon, and its chief financial officer (CFO), Michael J. Cavanagh, have not made definite plans for the money. Possible business deals which JPMorgan may...
- Dublon Leaving JPM, Coulter in New Post. Moyer, Liz // American Banker;9/22/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 183, p20
States Dina Dublon and David A. Coulter plan to leave their senior executive positions at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Reasons the chief financial officer and vice chairman give for leaving; Career highlights of Dublon and Coulter; Details of the executive structure since the purchase of Bank One Corp.
- Chase to Add 1,200 Retail Bankers. // American Banker;12/9/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 219, p16
The article discusses the announcement by JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s chief executive and chairman Jamie Dimon that it plans to increase its retail banking operations by adding 1,200 bankers and opening 120 bank branches by the end of 2010. Dimon noted that some stability was returning to the market...
- Dimon Gives Upbeat View Of JPM's Investment Bank. Monks, Matthew // American Banker;5/28/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 101, p12
The author reports on the opinions of James Dimon, the chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co., regarding the company's investment banking business. Concerns that have been raised that JPMorgan will not be able to reproduce the earnings it had during the first quarter of 2009 are discussed. Changes...
- Dimon: No Big Deals in '05; Then -- Asia? Cole, Jim // American Banker;1/28/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 19, p18
Discusses how James Dimon, president and chief operating officer of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., plans to stay away from large acquisitions in 2005. Possible interest of the company in Asia; How Dimon declined to discuss a report in the "Wall Street Journal" concerning the company's interest in...
- JPMorgan Chase profit rises slightly. // Business Journal (Central New York);10/26/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 43, p23
The article reports on the profit increase generated by JPMorgan Chase & Co., of 3% in the third quarter of 2007, despite a challenging operating environment. It was stated that the financial company net income has totaled to $3.4 billion. Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO, said that the firm has...