Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co.
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The CEOs of banks, tech companies and consulting firms are forming a group to boost hiring from underrepresented groups in New York.
Leaders from 27 firms that represent many of New York’s dominant industries banded together to create the New York Jobs CEO Council, which aims to hire 100,000 people from low-income Black, Latinx and Asian communities by 2030, according to a release.
The co-chairs of the new organization include Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase; Arvind Krishna, CEO of IBM, and Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture. Other initial members of the CEO group include Jeff Bezos of Amazon,…