JPM to buy The Infatuation - Chase cards' new CEO - New vax mandates
On the agenda today:
- JPMorgan is buying restaurant-review site The Infatuation.
- Allison Beer is the new CEO of Chase's card business.
- Biden announced companies with more than 100 employees must mandate the vaccine.
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Let's get started.
As banks and credit card providers look to woo customers interested in travel and dining, JPMorgan Chase has struck a deal to buy The Infatuation. Known for its restaurant recommendations, The Infatuation will continue to operate as a separate brand under JPMorgan. Here's what we know so far.
According to Reuters, JPMorgan has appointed Allison Beer as the chief executive officer of cards at Chase, making her the third woman in a row to take the role.
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