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Jamie Dimon wins fight to keep top 2 JPMorgan jobs

But 3 directors’ futures unclear after narrow votes

TAMPA, Fla. — Jamie Dimon, the chief executive and chairman of JPMorgan Chase, easily survived a vote Tuesday that would have called on him to give up his role as chairman of the nation’s largest bank. But shareholders sent a message that the bank needed better oversight, giving only narrow approval to three of the bank’s board members.

It was a mixed verdict in a closely watched test of corporate governance. Dimon emerged in a stronger position after the proposal to split his roles won just 32 percent of the shareholder vote, less than the 40 percent a similar proposal got last year.

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