• JPMorgan CEO says that working remotely 'does not work' for young people and those who want to 'hustle'

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

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    JPMorgan's CEO said remote work makes it harder for young people and those that hustle.
    He said that he did not expect the working world to change dramatically due to the pandemic.
    JPMorgan hopes to have people back in the office, mask-free, by October of this year.
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    Jamie Dimon is sick of Zoom meetings and sees plenty of downsides to not working face to face with people. The JPMorgan CEO said that he's ready to leave video calls behind and get back into the office as soon as possible, in remarks at the The Wall Street...
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  • JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon said he doesn't support bitcoin, criticized regulation of small businesses, and talked up the US economy in a new interview. Here are the 8 best quotes

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon.
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    Jamie Dimon says he "doesn't support bitcoin" and "has no interest in it."
    The CEO sat down with The Wall Street Journal CEO Council on Tuesday and discussed everything from the US economy to work-at-home policies.
    Dimon said the US economy could be in the "Goldilocks" zone for growth and is set to boom.
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    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon sat down with The Wall Street Journal's editor-in-chief Matt Murray at the CEO Council Summit on Tuesday...
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