Jamie Dimon's latest shareholder letter outlines 5 ways JPMorgan is trying to improve diversity after its 2019 discrimination scandal
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Jamie Dimon's annual letter to JPMorgan Chase shareholders was published Monday.

While it focused primarily on the coronavirus pandemic's effect on the financial institution, it also included a section about the company's diversity and inclusion efforts. 

The section acknowledges a 2019 report by the New York Times alleging racial discrimination at the bank. 

The company's co-COOs, Daniel Pinto and Gordon Smith, outlined five ways the bank is working to boost diversity and...

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