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Jamie Dimon may be this generation's EF Hutton because when he talks, the fintech community listens.
 
April 9 · Issue #77 · View online
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Jamie Dimon may be this generation’s EF Hutton because when he talks, the fintech community listens. His company reported it spent $9.5 billion on technology last year. That’s some serious spend. Read on and we’ll tell how it was allocated.
– Zack Miller, Tearsheet
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