Allow me to seek advantage from a competitor’s woes by declaring I would never seek to gain advantage from a competitor’s woes. In an interoffice memo. Leaked to the press:

“Today’s New York Times op-ed by a Goldman Sachs executive is generating a lot of discussion around the street. I want to be clear that I don’t want anyone here to seek advantage from a competitor’s alleged issues or hearsay – ever.”

I understand Dimon is up for the part of Keyser Söze in the remake of Usual Suspects . . .

Category: Corporate Management, Psychology

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6 Responses to “Dimon: “Unlike My Opponent, I Won’t Bring Up His Marital Affairs . . .””

  1. Bob A says:


  2. seems that the “Keyser Söze”-trope is gaining currency..

    “…Rebekah Brooks is legendary underworld kingpin Keyser Söze, the mythical crime figure who garners unrivalled influence amongst law enforcement and billionaire media moguls alike, it was confirmed this morning.

    Suspicions were raised when ruthless megalomaniac Rupert Murdoch chose to shut the world’s most popular profit-making newspaper, rather than have her exposed in her true identity.

    Media analyst Deborah Matthews told us, “I knew it! I’ve been saying for years that Brooks was pulling the strings all along, but no-one believed me. There is only one possible reason she’s not been fired, and that’s that she’s the real mastermind behind the whole News Corp crime syndicate.”

    “You only have to look into her eyes to see the machiavellian heart that marked her out as more than just a mere ‘newspaper editor’. I bet Murdoch is nothing more than her puppet.”…”

    interesting, from a ‘Socionomics’-POV ?

  3. sellstop says:

    I think he deserves a white hat!

  4. pintelho says:

    what do you mean “up for”…he authored that character.

  5. 873450 says:

    Headline: Dimon tells employees JPMorgan Chase is not an unethical squid, … says it’s an octopus.