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2018 GPW 10: Corporate Governance Impact

Global Proxy Watch (GPW) is terrific publication by Stephen Davis and Aaron Bernstein aimed at the corporate governance industrial complex. I read every word of every issue. It only runs a couple of pages, but it is jammed packed with news that cannot be found elsewhere. Here’s one article that took up about 1/4 of the December 21, 2018 edition (not what is shown in image above). Continue Reading →

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Corporate Human Resources & Investment Outcomes

The Materiality of Human Capital to Corporate Financial PerformanceMonday, May 11, 2015, 2 PM ET
Connecting the Dots: Corporate Human Resources & Investment Outcomes
Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute & Harvard Law Labor & Worklife Program

Join the webinar on Monday, May 11th at 2:00 PM to review the findings of the latest research from the Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute (IRRCi) and the Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project at Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program. Continue Reading →

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Whole Foods Market’s Sham Proxy Access Proposal

Arron Bernstein

Arron Bernstein

The Global Proxy Watch (banner)following is a guest post from Aaron Bernstein. editor of Global Proxy Watch and a Senior Research Fellow at the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School.

This piece originally appeared in the November 7, 2014 edition of GPW. I reformatted, added the title, graphics and ads. Let’s hope the SEC recognizes Whole Foods Market’s (WFM) sham proxy access proposal for what it is and denies their no-action request. New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer and New York City’s pension funds have initiated a groundbreaking campaign to give shareowners the right of proxy access at 75 U.S. companies.  If the SEC grants WFM’s no action request, further progress on proxy access by New York and others could grind to a halt.

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