Last Man Standing

Editorial Reviews

"An intimate...three-dimensional portrait of the executive, with lots of reporting from his friends and family." --Mara Der Hovanesian, BusinessWeek

"Unlike so many business biographies whose authors labor to identify absorbing events and motives in the years leading up to the subject’s blossoming as a chief executive, Last Man Standing offers a genuinely memorable depiction of Dimon’s decade and a half as second banana to the merger-and-acquisition artist Weill. In the late-1980s and ’90s, Weill and Dimon, a Harvard MBA boy genius, struck a series of deals that culminated in 1998 in the formation of Citigroup, a financial services behemoth of unprecedented heft and breadth." --The New York Times

"[A] nicely crafted debut recounting JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon’s climb to the pinnacle of American finance." --Kirkus Reviews

"The 53-year-old CEO of JPMorgan Chase gets a thorough biographical treatment...in the new book Last Man Standing: The Ascent of Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase." --Fortune