The Lesson We Learned From JPMorgan's Shareholder Vote
May 24th 2013 7:34PM
Updated May 24th 2013 10:30PM
With a ton of media coverage and an uneventful outcome, JPMorgan Chase's recent shareholder vote on whether or not the dual role of CEO and Chairman of the Board should be split for current top dog Jamie Dimon did provide one lesson for investors.
In the video below, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling discusses the results, the lesson we learned, and how she thinks investors should look at the outcome.
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