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On Tuesday, JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO met with the company's shareholders and addressed the company’s $2B loss. The shareholders voted to keep Dimon in his role and approved his $23M pay package. Meanwhile, the FBI has opened a probe into the $2B loss. The New York Daily News' Mort Zuckerman joins the conversation.
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