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05/18/2017 | Civic Engagement
Published By:The Philidelphia Inquirer

Trump and Dimon: Is what's good for JPMorgan good for America?

Back in 2002, halfway between his retirement as the globe-trotting boss of Chase Manhattan Bank and his death in March at age 102, David Rockefeller stopped in Philadelphia to hawk his memoirs and complain about how America’s CEOs were no longer taking stands on public issues.

A grandson of Standard Oil monopolist John D. Rockefeller, David said he wished more corporate bosses  – some of the most able and successful Americans -- would speak up publicly on issues of the day, as he, DuPont CEO Irving Shapiro and GE’s Reginald Jones had in their turbulent times.

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