Jamie Dimon has no business being on the board of directors at the New York Federal Reserve Bank, according to Simon Johnson and thousands of others.
Johnson, an influential professor at MIT and a former IMF chief economist, says the chief executive of JPMorgan (JPM) should step down immediately or be forced to resign his post at the New York Fed.
To get his point across, Johnson has formed a petition calling on MOREBen Rooney - May 24, 2012 12:34 PM ET
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