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General Counsel: Corporate Culture Influencer

Corporate Culture Influencer On September 11, 2017, the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance hosted a discussion on the role of the general counsel and how she should be a positive corporate culture influencer. The Center has been working with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) to examine this issue in light of ACC’s recent […]

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BuyThisPlatform: Twitter Explores Co-op Capitalism

Twitter has been an important tool to promote democracy – think #ArabSpring, #BackLivesMatter, #OccupyWallStreet, #WomenOnBoards, etc. Now, through #BuyTwitter @ BuyThisPlatform, Twitter is being called on to explore its own form of corporate governance – how the company itself can be more democratic and inclusive. The results could have implications for the future of capitalism. Take Action: On May 22 […]

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Board Seats for Franchisees: Democratic Paradigm

McDonald’s shareholders will vote on a proposal to give franchisees a seat on its corporate board of directors at their annual meeting in May. See ‘McD’s must let investors vote on proposal to give franchisees a board seat.’ (Crain’s) Could similar, more inclusive, proposals use preferred shares to create new forms of stakeholder democracy? A report at […]

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McDonald’s Corporation (MCD): Proxy Access

I don’t own any McDonald’s stock, but the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust is sponsoring the proxy access proposal that I recommend shareholders vote for at the upcoming annual meeting on May 21, 2015. Vote For Proposal No. 6 at McDonald’s We believe the case for proxy access is particularly compelling at McDonald’s, where poor performance and insufficient […]

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CtW Urges Shareowners Vote Against Pay at McDonalds

On 5-7-2014, CtW Investment Group filed a notice of exempt solicitation, urging shareholders to vote against company’s say-on-pay proposal at the 2014 annual meeting. CtW said that the compensation committee failed to modify its executive pay practices. Instead, its practices provided elevated pay even when performance declined. CtW is also concerned about declining financial and […]

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