JP Morgan boss Dimon survives shareholder rebellion

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JP Morgan chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon will be allowed to keep both jobs after investors voted in his favour at the bank's annual meeting.

Some shareholders had been calling for an independent chairman to help protect the bank from future trading fiascos.

The fallout from the so-called London Whale trades, which cost the US bank $6.2bn (£4bn), sparked the furore.

Samira Hussain reports.

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