JPMorgan Chase

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
On the night before JPMorgan Chase's annual shareholders meeting, activists with Stop the Money Pipeline projected 30-foot-tall images of people holding protest signs with messages calling on CEO Jamie Dimon to "stop funding fossil fuels" on a wall across from his apartment in New York City.
"Shareholders today sent the message that it is past time for Chase to catch up with its peers, implement a strategy to decarbonize and de-risk its lending portfolio, and help build a more secure future for all."
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Lee Raymond, then-chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil Corporation, testifies before a joint hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee and Senate Energy and Natural Resource Committee on energy pricing and profits on Capitol Hill November 9, 2005 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Jessica Corbett, staff writer
JPMorgan chase protest
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While marauding banksters trashing the environment and global economy have yet to see a day in jail, climate change activist Reverend Billy faces a year in prison for a recent "extinction resurrection" performance by his Church of Stop Shopping Choir, dressed as now-extinct golden frogs, at a NYC branch of JP Morgan Chase, the world's top investor in global warming projects. For their performance of "We Surround You," the City charged the frequently arrested Reverend, aka Bill Talen, with riot...