Two of the banking industry's biggest names were paid more than fifteen times their 2009 earnings last year, analysis suggests.
Jamie Dimon (pictured), the JPMorgan Chase CEO, received almost $21m in 2010, while Goldman Sachs' Lloyd Blankfein earned $14.1m, up from $863,000 in 2009, data compiled for the Financial Times shows....
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