JPMorgan shareholders keep Dimon chairman, CEO

JPMorgan Chase shareholders Tuesday voted down a shareholder proposal to split the chairman and chief executive roles, handing bank chief Jamie Dimon a big victory.

The proposal to split the two roles won just 32.2 percent of votes cast, according to preliminary results released at the bank's annual meeting. Shareholders also reelected the entire JPMorgan board, although some board members won by slim majorities.


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