JPMorgan CEO thinks journalists are paid too much3/5/2012
Jamie Dimon, CEO of the biggest bank in America, JPMorgan Chase, makes a big chunk of change each year, and he has a bone to pick with journalists: He thinks they make too much money. Journalists pull in a median salary of $31,900 a year. Dimon thinks that's "just damned outrageous," despite earning 1,316 times that and $42 million in 2010 alone. Dimon rakes in 4.5 times the median salary for CEOs at large companies, who earned about $9.3 million.
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