EMC Corporation (EMC), which develops, delivers, and supports information infrastructure and virtual infrastructure technologies, solutions, and services, is one of the stocks in my portfolio. Their annual meeting is coming up on 4/30/2015. ProxyDemocracy.org had the vote of three funds (I added CalSTRS) when I checked and voted on 4/26/2015. I voted with management 56% of the time and assigned EMC a proxy score of 56. Continue Reading →
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Good morning Mr. Tucci, members of the board, and fellow shareholders.
My name is Heidi Soumerai and I am the Director of ESG Research at Walden Asset Management, a division of Boston Trust & Investment Management Company where I also serve as Managing Director. Together, we hold approximately 1.6 million shares of EMC. Continue Reading →
Thanks in large part to Phil Goldstein, long-time friend and defender of the underdog, John Chevedden, James McRitchie (me), and Myra K. Young (my wife) we were able to get a third lawsuit dismissed. Like EMC and Omnicom (OMC) before, Chipotle (CMG) had sued in court, rather than seek a no-action letter from the SEC, alleging our proposal failed to comply with SEC Rule 14a-8 requirements for submitting a proposal.
In the briefest decision yet, Judge William J. Martinez, United States District of Colorado, issued the following on March 14, 2014: Continue Reading →
The chilling effect of companies bypassing the SEC’s inexpensive ‘no-action’ process may be coming to an end. Apache, Waste Connections and a growing number of companies have been successful in US district courts in Texas. Finally, we won a landmark case in U.S. District Court of Massachusetts. The law can prevail, even against the weight a $55B company can wield. Continue Reading →
CorpGov.net publisher/shareowner activist, James McRitchie in the news.
- Shareholders push for more say over board members (WSJ’s MarketWatch), on proxy access proposals at Bank of America, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs.
- Sued again for daring to file proxy proposals, EMC sues shareholder activists over bid to separate CEO, chairman roles (Boston Business Journal). They lost their ‘no-action’ request with the SEC. Now they are trying to get me to spend more than it is worth defending my proposal. Continue Reading →
EMC Corp ($EMC) is one of the stocks in my portfolio. Their annual meeting is coming up on 5/1/2013. ProxyDemocracy.org had collected the votes of seven funds when I checked on 4/30/2013. I voted with management 53% of the time. View Proxy Statement. Warning: Be sure to vote each item on the proxy. Any items left blank are voted in favor of management’s recommendations. (See Broken Windows & Proxy Vote Rigging – Both Invite More Serious Crime) Continue Reading →
EMC Corporation (EMC) is one of the stocks in my portfolio. Their annual meeting is coming up on 5/1/2012. Voting ends 4/30 on Moxy Vote’s proxy voting platform, which listed six “good causes,” including two consolidations, when I checked and voted on 4/27. ProxyDemocracy.org had three funds voting. Continue Reading →
ProxyDemocracy.org had three funds voting, covering all the issues. MoxyVote.com has eight advisors or compilations of advisors offering opinions. This time, several are comprehensive. I voted on the MoxyVote.com platform and went mostly with management and Florida SBA. However, I did vote Continue Reading →