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9 September 2013 By Antony Currie

The megabank is appointing a lead independent director, months after battling shareholders over Jamie Dimon keeping both the chairman and CEO roles. Like Goldman’s similar change last year, it’s more style than substance. It also reinforces the problem with consolidated power.

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