Skip to Main Content
by Derek Loosvelt | November 23, 2009


With unemployment and the federal deficit surging, and economic recovery in the U.S. moving slower than anticipated, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s name has been kicked around as a possible replacement for Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. According to the New York Post, Dimon, who achieved “rock-star status” during the recession thanks to keeping his firm afloat and then some while others floundered, is ready and willing to step up as Secretary should he get the call from the White House.

AP Photo/Charles Dharapak


Filed Under: Finance

Want to be found by top employers? Upload Your Resume

Join Gold to Unlock Company Reviews