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Why Are These CEOs So Overpaid?

The staggering growth of CEO pay might have something to do with executives' control over their own compensation. These are the chairmen/CEOs enjoying the biggest paydays.

The Highest-Paid CEOs in Banking

J.P. Morgan Chase's Jamie Dimon made $18.7 million last year, putting him fourth on the list of highest-paid chiefs in banking. Which CEOs made even more?

Scrutiny Awaits Heads of JPMorgan, Apple

Apple chief Tim Cook testifies on Capitol Hill today about the huge cash horde it has sitting overseas, while JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's fate awaits a shareholder vote.

What if JPMorgan Investors Win?

As final ballots come in on a proposal to strip JPMorgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon of his chairman title, some worry about what will happen if shareholders win.

Another Top JPMorgan Chase Executive Departs

Another one of Jamie Dimon's key executives is leaving JPMorgan Chase, the firm announced Sunday. Frank Bisignano becomes the ninth top exec to depart in the past 18 months.

Ex-JPMorgan Exec Says Jamie Dimon Withheld Data From U.S.

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon held back showing federal regulators reports in May that revealed the bank had accumulated billions of dollars in trading losses, according to congressional testimony Friday from the firm's former chief financial officer.

Is Goldman Sachs Riskier Than It Wants to Admit?

The Federal Reserve will release the final results of its bank stress tests after Thursday's market close. But preliminary results suggest Goldman could lose $25 billion from bad trades in another financial crisis, more than any other bank tested by the Fed.

JPMorgan CEO Sees Pay Slashed Over London Whale Trading Loss

JPMorgan Chase reported a 55 percent jump in earnings for the fourth quarter as mortgage fees and other income surged. The bank also released its reviews of a $6 billion trading loss that drew sanctions from regulators, and said it would cut CEO Jamie Dimon's pay by more than half as a result.

The 6 Biggest Busted Bets of 2012

As pundits and politicians rush to sew the year up into a neat little bundle, we decided to look at 2012 from a slightly different angle. Here is our list of the year's worst bets -- six developments that seemed like sure things in January, but were bust by December.

2012 Election: Which Industries Won When Obama Did

The election is over, and now, the many investors who were keeping a close eye on the polls know what they're getting (somewhat) in terms of the federal government for the next few years. Here's a look at 21 economic sectors, and what a second Obama term will mean for each of them.

JPMorgan Turns in Record Profit, Higher Revenue

JPMorgan Chase reported a record quarterly profit Friday. The bank said it made $5.3 billion in earnings for common shareholders, a widely used measurement, from July through September, up 36 percent from the same period a year ago.

Bankers Agree: 'Too Big to Fail' Has Failed

Maybe if we called it "2B2F," it would have been more popular. But lacking the street cred of a cool nickname, the idea "too big to fail" is beginning to lose popularity in America -- even among some of the country's most famous bankers

JPMorgan's 'London Whale' Losses May Hit $9 Billion

JPMorgan Chase & Co is under renewed scrutiny in the wake of a The New York Times report that losses from a bungled credit-derivatives trade could be as much as $9 billion, much more than earlier estimated.

The 7 Safest Banks in America

Moody's downgrade of 15 of the world's largest banks, along with JPMorgan Chase's multibillion-dollar trading loss, make it clear that big banks aren't always as safe as we'd hope. Still, we have to keep our money somewhere -- So 24/7 Wall St. has compiled a list of the nation's safest banks.