Financials Jamie Dimon

  • JPMorgan hit with $920 million fine

    The big bank will pay almost one billion dollars in fines in connection with the "London Whale" case, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.

  • JPM's Dimon plays defense

    Amid government pressure and lawsuits, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has issued a letter to employees. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports.

  • JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon

    "This is a huge investment of people, time and money … but it will make us stronger in the long run," Jamie Dimon says.

  • JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon

    Wall Street sheriff Preet Bharara directed both barrels at JPMorgan Chase on Wednesday afternoon, and he aimed his sights high.

  • Jamie Dimon for president?

    Mel Karmazin wants JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon to run for president, and the New York Times says it's not for sale. CNBC's Robert Frank and Bob Pisani, discuss.

  • Karmazin: Dimon for president!

    Mel Karmazin thinks JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon would make a terrific president, but CNBC's Robert Frank explains that there are three little words that could present a problem for his candidacy: Wall Street banker.

  • Higher rates to help the banks?

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer reflects on his interview with JPMorgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon. A look at how higher interest rates will impact the banks.

  • Power Rundown: Break Up the Banks?

    Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) wants to break up the banks, and Russian hockey player Ilya Kovalchuk of the NJ Devils is retiring. CNBC's John Carney, and Neil Weinberg American Banker, discuss.

  • Cramer: Dimon Said There Was Wrongdoing

    CNBC's Jim Cramer joins "Power Lunch" to talk about his interview with JPM CEO Jamie Dimon. He also weighs in on Boeing. CNBC's Phil LeBeau joins the conversation with the latest developments.

  • Shareholder's Reaction to Jamie Dimon

    JPMorgan hareholders Charlie Bobrinskoy, Ariel Investments, and David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors, react to CEO Jamie Dimon's interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer.

  • Barney Frank Reacts to Jamie Dimon

    Former Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank shares his reaction following JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's positive comments about new banking regulation.

  • Jamie Dimon: 'American Economy is Getting Stronger'

    CNBC's Jim Cramer speaks with JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon after the bank reports earnings for Q2. Dimon says "rates going higher is a good thing." He feels "small business will recover with the economy" and "the United States is the best economy the world's ever seen."

  • Record Low Net Interest Margins

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on banks before the bell.

  • Pitt: Efforts to Reinstate Glass-Steagall Misguided

    Former SEC Chariman Harvey Pitt, Kalorama Partners, gives reaction to JPM CEO Jamie Dimon's interview and discusses the benefits of Dodd-Frank and Basel 3, which he says will do a better job keeping banks in line.

  • JPMorgan Shareholders Weigh In

    Shareholders of JPMorgan Charlie Bobrinskoy, Ariel Investments; and David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors, give insight on what shareholders want to hear from the company's earnings report.

  • Birinyi: Haven't Hit the Sweet Spot Yet

    Laszlo Birinyi of Birinyi Associates discusses the markets ahead of JPMorgan earnings. Laszlo says people do not take advantage of what rallies to sell.

  • Street Doesn't Like the Way JPM Beat: Pro

    Anthony Polini, Raymond James analyst and managing director, breaks down the big bank's second quarter earnings and how to play it.

  • "Squawk Box" hit the road this week from the HP tech conference in Vegas to the US Open -- with a whole lot of, um, Squawkward moments in between!

  • Dimon's Double-Dare

    A banker in Germany fell asleep at his computer with this finger pressed on the number 2, causing the accidental transfer of millions of euros. Jamie Dimon is ready to fight back against anyone who wants to sue the bank over London Whale losses. CNBC's John Carney and Kayla Tausche, discuss.

  • Dimon In Defense of Dimon

    JPM's Jamie Dimon addresses the "London Whale" issue again, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche. And this time, he's more than a bit testy.