Fewer JP Morgan Shareholders Jazzed About Jamie Dimon's Pay Package Than In Year's Past

They're still gonna pay him, but 38.6 of 'em aren't gonna like it.

While a majority of shareholders approved his $20 million pay package, the percentage who approved it was down sharply from the previous year. A preliminary count showed that 61.4 percent backed the bank’s compensation plans for Dimon and other executives, down from 78 percent last year. The vote at the bank’s annual shareholder meeting in Detroit is non-binding but it still sends a message, especially when greater numbers signaled their disapproval. [NYP]