This morning, New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin puts his finger on the disconnect between average everyday folk and the Wall Street establishment with his assertion that, when it comes to criticizing JPMorgan-Chase (JPM) chief executive officer Jamie Dimon, some people “matter” and others don’t.
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