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Citigroup 2021

Citigroup 2021 AGM Proxy Votes

Citigroup 2021 annual meeting is April 27, 9AM Eastern Time. To attend, vote, and submit questions during the Annual Meeting visit www.virtualshareholdermeeting.com/CITI2021 and enter the 16-digit control number. Of course, I recommend voting in advance. To enhance long-term value. Vote AGAINST Dugan, Henry, Jacobs, Reiner, Taylor, Wynaendts, Zedillo, Auditor, Pay, Stock Incentives. Vote FOR Improve Proxy Access, […]

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Disney 2021

Disney 2021 Shareholders to Empower Workers?

Disney 2021 annual meeting is March 9, 10 AM Pacific Time. To attend, vote, and submit questions during the Annual Meeting, visit virtualshareholdermeeting.com/DIS2021 and enter your control number. I recommend voting in advance. To enhance long-term value. Vote AGAINST Iger, Barra, Lagomasio, Parker, the Auditor, and Pay. Vote FOR Lobbying Disclosure and Increase Diversity of Director […]

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Lobbying Disclosure Sought @ 50 Companies

Lobbying disclosure remains a top shareholder concern for the 2018 season, as evidenced by proposals filed at 50 companies by 74 institutional and individual investors. A coalition is asking for lobbying reports that include federal and state lobbying payments, payments to trade associations used for lobbying, and payments to any tax-exempt organization that writes and endorses […]

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Lobbying Disclosure: Companies Respond

Shareholders have been urging companies to fully disclose the lobbying they do directly and through trade associations and third parties for six years now. This year 66 investors joined in filing resolutions with 50 companies seeking expanded lobbying transparency. Twinned with calls for disclosure of political spending aimed at affecting elections, this effort has had a […]

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Lobbying Disclosure Sought by Investors

Lobbying disclosure is sought by shareholder resolutions filed at 50 companies by 66 institutional and individual investors. Corporate lobbying disclosure remains a top shareholder proposal topic for 2016. At least 66 investors have filed proposals at 50 companies asking for lobbying reports that include federal and state lobbying payments, payments to trade associations used for […]

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