When CEO Jamie Dimon first announced the loss in April, he pegged it at just $2 billion, and called it “a tempest in a teapot.”
As for mistresses like Jaimee Grubbs and Jamie Jungers, well, without traditional morality to guide them, anything goes.
Jamie Dettmer recalls long lunches with the Iron Lady at the Savoy Hotel—the whisky, the flirting, and the strong-arm tactics.
His book, Last Man Standing, about Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, was published by Simon Schuster in October.
So if Schneiderman is successful, is Jamie Dimon getting frog-marched to Rikers?
But the last thing that both expected was a demand on Jamie's part for an increased salary.
Three-year-old Jamie and five-year-old Fred came trooping in behind.
Jamie walked beside the stretcher to give a hand with the staff.
It seemed so nice out there that he stayed and called Jamie to come, too.
It was a great comfort and satisfaction to Jamie, when he stumbled on an unwincing believer.