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Fix AGMs: 100 Words or Less

A message from Jim Kristie, editor and associate publisher of Directors & Boards: Annual meetings can be a frustrating and often futile exercise — in meeting statutory requirements, yes, but not much else as a worthy vehicle for demonstrating corporate leadership and enhancing shareholder relations.
 Thus, the cover story for the first Directors & Boards […]

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Annual Meeting Conduct

In the past we have reported on various outrages that have sometimes occurred at annual meetings, like when Whole Foods Markets denied an opportunity for a shareowner proponent to to present their resolution before the vote was taken in 2006. Months later, they issued the following response (Hole Foods Digs Out, 7/2006): After researching common […]

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Shareholder Forum on eAGMs

Gary Lutin’s Shareholder Forum is putting together an impressive panel of luminaries to help consider proposed standards for judging the fairness of communications associated with voting at shareholder meetings, assuring a shareholder’s right to: (a)      present questions and views to a company’s managers and to other shareholders, (b)      observe the presentation of other shareholders’ questions […]

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