NEW YORK, June 8 JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Operating Officer Matt Zames will leave the bank in a matter of weeks, and his duties are being transferred to a number of other senior executives, Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said in an internal memo seen by Reuters on Thursday.
Dimon did not provide a reason for Zames's departure but thanked him for his 13 years with the bank and said he was sad to see him go. Zames was among several deputies considered a potential successor to Dimon. (Reporting by Dan Freed; Writing by Lauren Tara LaCapra and Jonathan Oatis)
Brazil's Temer makes impassioned defense against corruption charge
BRASILIA, June 27 Brazilian President Michel Temer on Tuesday made a passionate defense against a corruption charge leveled at him by the public prosecutor, calling it a "fiction" that was an attack on his government and the entire nation.
US STOCKS-Wall St drops as U.S. Senate delays healthcare vote
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