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Subject:  Re: Bank One Article Date:  5/28/2002  2:39 AM
Author:  upatnite2 Number:  17084 of 24357

I can only imagine what kind of co. wide emails Jamie sends out. This much seems to be true. What Jamie doesn't get one year, he'll more than make up for it the next. Have you looked at his compensation lately?

Yahoo has his "Value of in-the-money options" pegged at: $27,906,040
(which I don't even think counts the 6 million dollars worth of stock options he cashed in last year.)

These 2 snippits are from our own Chicago's "Crain's mag".

He was the 5th highest paid exec in Chitown last year.
These are all in millions.
Total compensation $21,537.3 Salary: $1,000.0 Bonus $3,000.0 Long term comp. $17,537.3

Turnaround pays off for Dimon
Posted on 03/04/2002 - A Web-only article from
BANK ONE Corp. CEO Jamie Dimon's salary quadrupled to $4.3 million in 2001, a year during which the Chicago-based financial giant's net income rebounded to $2.6 billion from a year-earlier loss. Mr. Dimon, 45, received $1 million in salary, $3 million in bonuses and $332,292 in other compensation, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. During 2000, BANK ONE paid Mr. Dimon $1.02 million in salary and other compensation. In addition ...

All in all, I agree that he's been very good for Bank One, but wouldn't you agree that is something wrong when society allow's an individual to be paid these outrageous amounts?

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