As JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Jamie Dimon prepares for a vote tomorrow on whether he should keep his chairman and chief executive officer titles, he may take comfort knowing most of his biggest shareholders are led by men with the same dual role.
Allan W. Rogers, who headed U.S. Treasury trading at Bankers Trust Corp. from 1977 to 1989, a period when the 10-year note’s yield went from 8 percent to almost 16 percent and back, retired from CRT Capital Group LLC.
Deborah Bernstein, who worked at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Pequot Capital Management Inc. and Aquiline Capital Partners LLC in the 15 years since she graduated from Stanford University’s business school, has died. She was 41.
The dive that a drunk Alexander Okano took into a shallow pool at Psi Upsilon house, paralyzing him from the chest down, helped spur reforms to Trinity College’s fraternity culture that faculty members applauded.
An increasing number of Britons are working less than they want to and the issue of so-called underemployment is a better indicator than the jobless rate of slack in the labor market, according to a paper published today.
ING U.S. Inc., a unit of the largest Dutch financial-services company, is headed for an initial public offering led by managers who helped American International Group Inc. repay its rescue by divesting assets.
Dartmouth College canceled all arts and science classes today after some students were targeted by online threats after a protest against homophobia, sexual assault and racism disrupted an on-campus event.