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Mel Martinez hired by JPMorgan Chase

Former U.S. Senator Mel Martinez has been hired by JP Morgan Chase as chairman of Florida, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

Martinez, elected in 2004 and announced his retirement last year from the U.S. Senate, will serve on the firm's executive committee and be the firm's senior executive in Florida and the region.

"I’m thrilled to accept this new challenge and look forward to building upon the reputation of this premier financial services company,” said Martinez, who will be based in Orlando in a press release. “The firm is a global leader, and it’s an honor to take on this role in Florida, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.”

Martinez was the first Cuban-American elected to the Senate.

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JP MORGAN CHASE THEY WERE BAILED OUT ,I WAS'NT I TELL THESE JERKS THAT I'M UNEMPLOYED AND THEY STILL HARASS ME ABOUT PAYING MY STUDENT LOAN,I WOULD AND ANY PERSON HONORABLE WITH MORALS WOULD NOT SEEK EMPLOYMENT WITH THEM.EXCEPT FOR MARTINEZ WHICH ONLY CARES ABOUT MAKING A FAT CHECK,AND NOT ABOUT HOW JP CHASE TREATS PEOPLE.

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