Archive | January, 1999

Archives: January 1999

Mark Latham, author of the “The Corporate Monitoring Firm” in Corporate Governance An International Review (UK, January 1999), and founder of the Corporate Monitoring Project; has developed a newsletter and is working toward shareholder resolutions to be introduced in the year 2000. His articles on this innovative system were published in five countries and four languages last year. Robert Monks has written that Latham’s system proposes a “solution to two core problems – free riding and genuinely independent nomination of directors – that are rarely addressed effectively.” Planning a conference of institutional investors? Inviting Mr. Latham to speak would be a sure way to create a little excitement. To subscribe to the Project’s free newsletter MailTo:[email protected]

The Supreme Court rejected a bid from Hughes Aircraft employees who contributed to the plan to share in the firm’s $1.2-billion pension fund surplus. The employees argued that money diverted to the underfunded pension plan of General Motors was Continue Reading →

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