At Hewlett Packard a shareholder access proposal was withdrawn after the company agreed to sponsor a Continue Reading →
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Daniel Rudewicz, a USPX member, reports what I would term the first win under recently implemented SEC rules that once again allow proxy access proposal to be filed. As reported earlier, Rudewicz filed a proposal at KSW, a Long Island City, N.Y.-based company with a $19.7 million market capitalization that Continue Reading →
McRitchie: How about giving our readers a little personal background?
Daniel Rudewicz: During the day, I am the managing member at Furlong Financial, LLC. In the evenings, I am a law school student. I have lived all over the US, but right now I live, work, and study in Washington, DC. I am also a CFA charterholder.
McRitchie: What got you interested in corporate governance and proxy access? Continue Reading →