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5 More CEOs Who Should Apologize

Dimon and Akerson owned up to some extent. Who should be next?

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Kudos to JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) CEO Janie Dimon for apologizing over the $2 billion trading loss his company suffered last quarter. Granted, it took a congressional inquiry to squeeze it out of him, but we got it.

We also got a seemingly more genuine apology from General Motors (NYSE:GM) CEO Dan Akerson this week — not at political gunpoint — for the stock’s performance since coming public in 2010.

Hopefully, these gestures will prod some other chief executive officers to do the same.

With that in mind, here’s a look at five more CEOs who owe investors an apology (though investors shouldn’t hold their breath waiting for it):

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