The second except from Duff McDonald’s forthcoming book, Last Man Standing, about a dust-up that may have sealed Jamie Dimon’s fate at Citi in the late 1990s.
In an excerpt from his soon-to be-published book, Last Man Standing, author Duff McDonald sheds new light on one of the most complicated personal relationships in modern American capitalism.
How JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon bailed out Bear Stearns and the federal government—and lived to turn a profit.
Two recruiters agreed to give opinions on job prospects for unemployed Masters of the Universe.
The New Establishment 2009: The Vanity Fair 100
I contributed nearly two dozen entries to this year’s VF 100, including, of course, Jamie Dimon.