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    1. The Bloodlust of Pundits Swirls Around Jamie Dimon

      The Bloodlust of Pundits Swirls Around Jamie Dimon

      Jamie Dimon should be fired.  That seems to be the conclusion of some in the pundit class about JPMorgan Chase’s chairman and chief executive. Writers, editors and bloggers have made it clear that they want his scalp: “NOW Are We Allowed Talk About Firing Jamie Dimon?” theHuffington Post blared after news that the bank set aside $23 billion to pay legal fees and fines last week. “I have trouble wrapping my head around the positive aspects of paying a multibillion-dollar fine,” an article on TheStreet.com said of the prospect of an $11 billion settlement with the Justice ...

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