Should CEO Health Be a Private or Public Matter?

July 2 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Elson, director at John Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance and Bloomberg Contributing Editor Bill Cohan discuss how JPMorgan is handling the announcement of Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon’s throat cancer diagnosis, what the firm’s succession plan may look like and the responsibility of companies to disclose executive illnesses to customers and shareholders. They speak on “Market Makers.”

Wells Fargo Board Members Survive Shareholder Vote
41:45 - Wells Fargo & Co. board members narrowly survived a shareholder vote in the wake of the bank’s account scandal. Smead Capital Management Director of Research and Portfolio Manager Tony Scherrer weighs in on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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