Advisory firm wants Dimon's JPMorgan roles split

Proxy advisory firm Glass, Lewis & Co. recommended that Jamie Dimon's positions as chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase be split. The firm also called for shareholders to replace six board members, citing investigations that "have revealed questionable risk-management practices at both the senior management and board levels."

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