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Why JPM’s Jamie Dimon’s Pay Increase is Offensive

During the 2008 economic crisis that leveled former financial giants like Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns, which my employer at the time, JPMorgan Chase eventually acquired, I was on the enviable side of immunity.

After spending almost two-years as the executive assistant with a range of job duties, that kept getting broader with each passing year, there was still a huge sense…

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