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Listing Standards Requested by CII

Listing standards change sought by the Council of Institutional Investors (CII). CII filed petitions with the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ, asking both to limit listings of companies with dual-class share structures. They have taken the right approach to address a growing problem. I hope it ends a worldwide race to the […]

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A Nation of Small Shareholders: Review Essay

A Nation of Small Shareholders: Marketing Wall Street after World War II (Studies in Industry and Society) by Janice M. Traflet  (link to buy) explains how an ad campaign began to transform American finance. With all the current focus on Main Street investors, A Nation of Small Shareholders could be revisited and transformed to include […]

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Reed's (REED): How I Voted – Proxy Score 100%

Reed’s ($REED) is one of the stocks in my portfolio. Their annual meeting is coming up tomorrow, on 12/21/2012. ProxyDemocracy.org doesn’t collect votes on REED, probably because it is a micro-cap with little or no institutional ownership.  I voted with all managements recommendations. (more…)

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Video Friday: NYSE CorpGov Report

This Week in the Boardroom: 9/23/10. NYSE Commission on Corporate Governance Report reviewed by: Scott Cutler, Executive Vice President, NYSE Euronext Stephen Lamb, Partner, Paul Weiss Larry Sonsini, Chair, NYSE Commission on Corporate Governance

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NYSE-Sponsored “Commission on Corporate Governance” Outlines Key Governance Principles

NYSE Euronext (NYX) today released the final report of the NYSE–sponsored Commission on Corporate Governance.  The Commission on Corporate Governance, chaired by Larry W. Sonsini, Chairman of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, is a diverse and independent commission established in the fall of 2009 to examine core governance principles that could be widely supported by […]

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Open eMail to NYSE Re Blank Votes

Janet Kissane, SVP & Corporate Secretary NYSE Euronext Legal & Government Affairs Dear Ms. Kissane: Earlier this month the NYSE announced it intends to amend NYSE Rule 452 to prohibit members from voting uninstructed shares if the matter to be voted on relates to executive compensation, including “say-on-pay” proposals, at meetings occurring after July 21, 2010. An exception will be […]

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Delist, Relist

Noteworthy interview with Glenn Tyranski, Senior Vice President for Financial Compliance at the New York Stock Exchange.  Mr. Tyranski is a financial expert and is responsible for the financial reviews of prospective and existing listed companies. In this interview posted at BulletProofBlog, Mr. Tyranski discusses how compliance and financial oversight affect listed companies, the process […]

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