You try running a bank with operations in 60 countries and $2.2 trillion in assets and see if all the people love you.
Jamie Dimon, CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co., rose to the top while a lot of other giant banks raced to the bottom. He’s someone who has been paid to succeed rather than fail, and yet he still faces the animus aimed at the banking industry.
Dimon talked about it during a recent speech in Denver. Click here to read my column on Dimon.