JPMorgan’s Dimon among CEOs rejecting investor-centric model

JAMIE DIMON, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. was among the leaders at some of the world’s largest companies said they plan to abandon the long-held view that shareholders’ interests should come first. The idea was presented by Business Roundtable. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/MARK KAUZLARICH
NEW YORK – Jamie Dimon and other leaders at some of the world’s largest companies said they plan to abandon the long-held view that shareholders’ interests should come first amid growing public discontent over income inequality and the burgeoning cost of health care and higher education. The purpose of a corporation is to serve all…

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