JPMorgan’s Dimon not seeing a recession in next couple years JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on concerns over technology’s impact on the job market, the state of the U.S. economy and the rise in capital expenditures. In a bid to oppose the idea that banks have volatile financial results, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says investors should think about his […]Read more
I have 20 credit cards but I only carry 3 in my wallet. Here's how I choose which ones I can't go without.
Business Insider may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network if you apply for a credit card, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. As a credit-card rewards expert — and Business Insider’s rewards reporter — I currently have around 20 credit cards. Don’t worry — they’ve actuallyhelped my credit, because Ipay off all my […]Read more
2018 was a disappointing year for banking giant JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM). Shares of the New York-based company sagged by about 9%, and despite seeing solid fundamentals throughout much of the year that resulted in solid growth in deposits, loans, and credit card revenue, shareholders became nervous late in 2018 that the recent rise in interest rates would come to […]Read more
JPMorgan can spend $1B on cyber security, Oracle spends more: Larry Ellison Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison and Oracle CEO Mark Hurd on how the company is innovating in cyber security. JPMorgan Chase opened the first of six planned new branches in the Washington, D.C.-area on Tuesday, where employees will make well above the federal minimum wage. Continue Reading Below Eighty […]Read more
Overall good quarter for JPMorgan: Anton Schutz Mendon Capital Advisors’ Anton Schutz on JPMorgan’s second-quarter results and the outlook for the financial sector. JPMorgan Chase will open 50 branches in the Philadelphia area over the next five years, the bank said Monday. Continue Reading Below The bank’s plan, part of its announced strategy of opening 400 branches nationally, marks one […]Read more
Hendrick Motorsports and Hooters have reached a three-year agreement to extend the restaurant chain's primary sponsorship of Chase Elliott's No. 9 Chevrolet for three races per year in NASCAR's Monster Energy Cup Series. The contract covers the 2019-2021 seasons. Hooters joined Hendrick as a two-race primary sponsor for Elliott in 2017. Continue Reading Below The 22-year-old Elliott earned his third […]Read more