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    1. Board Remains Behind Dimon

      Board Remains Behind Dimon

      To Wall Street, Jamie Dimon looks like the Teflon C.E.O.  Despite mounting legal problems at JPMorgan Chase, including a tentative $13 billion settlement which is expected to end several federal and state investigations into questionable mortgage practices, Mr. Dimon appears solidly ensconced atop the nation’s largest bank. On Sunday, several JPMorgan executives said, as they have for months, that the bank’s board remains firmly behind Mr. Dimon, who is both chairman and chief executive...

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    2. 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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    3. At Citi, Pandit is Gone but Still Serving the Bank's Shareholders

      At Citi, Pandit is Gone but Still Serving the Bank's Shareholders

      Michael L. Corbat is approaching his first anniversary as chief executive of Citigroup. The bank’s chairman, Michael E. O’Neill, installed him after organizing a putsch to oust Vikram Pandit as C.E.O. The new boss has accelerated some cost cuts and clarified strategy around the edges, but the broad direction is still Mr. Pandit’s. Either way, it is serving shareholders well...

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    4. Two Founders of BlackBerry Weighing a Takeover Offer

      Two Founders of BlackBerry Weighing a Takeover Offer

      OTTAWA — The two men who founded the company that became BlackBerry may now try to save it.  In a regulatory filing on Thursday, Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin said that they were considering a bid for the 92 percent of the company that they do not own. They also said they had hired Goldman Sachs and Centerview Partners as advisers...

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    5. Icahn Gives Up Fight Over Dell Appraisal Rights

      Icahn Gives Up Fight Over Dell Appraisal Rights

      Carl C. Icahn is finally abandoning his battle against Dell‘s sale to its founder.  The billionaire investor disclosed on Friday — on Twitter, as is his bent these days — that he is forgoing his right to have the Delaware Court of Chancery appraise the value of his shares in the computer company...

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