JPMorgan Chase & Co. boss James Dimon rode out the financial crisis with one of the most stable management teams in the financial world. That might be about to change.
Two executives on the New York bank's 15-person operating committee, commercial-banking chief Todd Maclin and top international executive Heidi Miller, are expected to step down from those jobs soon, according to people familiar with the matter.
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