Jamie Dimon's Idea For His Next Career Is Awesome

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Jamie Dimon, the 56-year-old chief executive of JPMorgan, isn’t planning on going anywhere anytime soon, but he has thought about the future.One thing is for sure is that he’s already figured out what he won’t do.   

From Vanity Fair’s November issue

It isn’t obvious there’s anything else Dimon wants to do. He’s talked about everything from owning a Cheers-like bar on the Upper East Side of Manhattan to teaching, or investing with others in small companies. But right about now, he seems more certain about the things he won’t do. “I will not run another major company,” he says. “I will not take a job with fiduciary responsibility, and I will not run for office.”

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