JPMorgan Chase

How 6 Powerful Women in Media and Marketing Redefined the Rules of Leadership

Women are having a moment.Ignited by Sheryl Sandberg's manifesto, Lean In, the issue of gender equality became part of the national discourse.

Have We Entered the Age of Brand Terrorism?

In October, FBI director James Comey no doubt caused a sleepless night for many an executive when he told CBS' 60 Minutes that "there are two kinds of big companies in the United States … those who've been hacked by the Chinese and those who don't know

JPMorgan: Security Hack Exposed 83 Million Households and Businesses

Seventy-six million households and 7 million small businesses were subject to a security hack at JPMorgan Chase & Co. that exposed names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses.

FCB’s Coughlin Moves to mcgarrybowen

Debra Coughlin, the former global CMO and New York general manager of Interpublic’s FCB, has retuned to her client roots in financial services and is now running JPMorgan Chase at mcgarrybowen.

JPMorgan Chase Embraces Its New Digital Shop

It's still early stages for Roar, the new shop that Publicis Groupe created to handle JPMorgan Chase's global digital business, but so far a bank marketing leader likes what he sees."It's a great solution, they really hit it out of the park," said Gordon Abel, executive director of the bank's digital marketing group.

JPMorgan Learns It’s Hard to Hold a Twitter Q&A If Everyone on Twitter Hates You

The Internet not only doesn't forget, it will slap you around if you pretend it does. JPMorgan Chase, which has racked up more than $30 billion in fines and legal fees, announced a Twitter chat earlier this week—a Q&A with JPMorgan vice chairman Jimmy Lee.

Publicis Groupe Team Wins Chase’s Digital Business

A team of Publicis Groupe agencies led by Razorfish and Rosetta has won a pitch for JPMorgan Chase's digital marketing business, according to sources.

JPMorgan Chase Calls a Digital Review

JPMorgan Chase is reviewing its digital advertising business, which sources describe as a massive undertaking, given the company’s numerous divisions and agency relationships.All told, the company spends an estimated $70-80 million annually on digital ads across all divisions, including the retail bank, card services and investment banking.

The Store of the Future Has Arrived (and No, It’s Not Apple)

Eighty-five-year-old Chicagoan Martin Shafron, a self-described “computer illiterate,” steps into the rotunda-like entrance of AT&T’s flagship store in the city’s high-end retail district known as the Magnificent Mile.