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Amid growing public discontent over income inequality and the burgeoning costs of healthcare and higher education, Jamie Dimon and other leaders at some of the world’s largest companies said they plan to abandon the long-held view that shareholders’ interests should come first. The purpose of a corporation is to serve all its constituents, including employees, customers, investors, and society at large, the Business Roundtable said Monday in a statement. Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., heads the group.

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