Jamie Dimon used the words “Latinx” and “carbon” for the first time in JPMorgan’s annual letter

Apr 07, 2021 - Quartz

JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon had a lot to get off his chest: The head of America’s biggest bank wrote his longest shareholder letter since becoming CEO 16 years ago, clocking in at 66 pages. Some new words also made their debut in his popular annual missive, like Latinx, carbon, and booming.

“Latinx,” a gender neutral word often used for people of Latin American cultures, was the mostly widely used new word during Dimon’s tenure, according to a Quartz analysis of JPMorgan annua...