JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s second major executive shuffle in less than a year said as much about how well the company thinks it has recovered from the financial crisis as it does about its chief executive's management style.
CEO Jamie Dimon — famous for periodic realignments intended to broaden his top managers' experience — shifted three high-profile executives.
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