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GPW 12-7-18

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 […]

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GAMCO Invokes Proxy Access at National Fuel Gas

GAMCO First to Invoke Proxy Access On November 9, 2016, GAMCO Asset Management Inc. (“GAMCO”) and certain affiliates, delivered a letter to the Issuer (the “Nomination Letter”) nominating Mr. Lance A. Bakrow (the “Nominee”) for election to the Issuer’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) at the Issuer’s 2017 Annual Meeting of Stockholders (the “2017 Annual […]

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Shell ‘Welcomes’ Resolution on Climate Change

The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF) recently welcomed the decision by Royal Dutch Shell’s Board of Directors to recommend support for the ‘Aiming for A’ shareholder resolution submitted by a coalition of shareholders including the Forum, CCLA, Rathbone Greenbank Investments and the Church Investors Group. In a letter to the investor coalition advising of […]

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Whole Foods Market’s Sham Proxy Access Proposal

The 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 […]

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Quick Bites on Corporate Governance

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 […]

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