Shareholders in JPMorgan Chase & Co on Tuesday rejected a proposal calling on the company to split the roles of chairman and chief executive, a victory for incumbent Jamie Dimon.
The proposal received some 40.1 percent of votes cast in favor, the company said at the end of its annual meeting.
DEVELOPING: JPMorgan shareholders reject chairman/CEO split
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