Wednesday's chart of the day is JPMorgan Chase. The bank's CEO Jamie Dimon announced on Tuesday that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer. The condition is treatable and Dimon pledges he will be an active member of the company during his 8 week treatment regimen, during which he will receive both radiation and chemotherapy. JPMorgan shares are up 51 percent during Dimon's 10 year tenure at the company. Dimon became CEO of JPMorgan in December of 2005. Even before Dimon's diagnosis, the JPMorgan board had short, medium, and long-term succession plans in place, according to a spokesman for the company. Shares of JPMorgan are down slightly this morning.

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