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JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon is fed up with you 'lazy' investors voting against him
JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon is fed up with you 'lazy' investors voting against him

You might think that the chairman and CEO of a major bank that had just pleaded guilty to a federal felony charge and has paid out more than $20 billion in legal settlements in recent years would show a little humility. But then you wouldn't be reckoning with Jamie Dimon, the head of JPMorgan Chase. At an investment conference in New York this week, Dimon lashed out at institutional investors who voted against his pay package and his dual role as the firm's chairman and chief executive, and otherwise rejected management's wishes on shareholder resolutions at the annual meeting May 19.  Dimon reserved special contempt for investors who...

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