Trouble was brewing this summer at Avianca Holdings, Latin America’s second-biggest airline. Tight on cash, the airline needed to raise money. For many on the board, one option was selling part of the company. The company’s largest investor — a swashbuckling,...
New York- JPMorgan Chase paid its chief executive, Jamie Dimon, $27 million in 2015. In another Wall Street universe, the hedge fund manager Kenneth C. Griffin made $1.7 billion over the same year. Even as regulators push to rein in compensation at Wall Street banks,...
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