Jamie Dimon Up 47%; JPMorgan Up 1.7%

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We've said before that Jamie Dimon has a bit of a "story" problem (as in, nothing's happening and he doesn't have one) but you could generally rest assured that he was off cutting costs somewhere because, well, that's what he does. But now it appears that JPMorgan's cost-cutting back (as in, Dimon's pay):

Executive pay has been a sensitive topic at JP Morgan, which awarded Chairman William Harrison and Chief Executive Jamie Dimon $22.3 million in compensation in 2005, representing increases of 39 percent and 47 percent from the year before. By comparison, JP Morgan's stock gained 1.7 percent in the period.

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