The Committee to Rescue Reed’s declares victory and states how members intend to vote their proxies. With the annual meeting now set for November 29, I will post a more detailed analysis of the proxy by tomorrow. I have already received a number of inquiries from those asking how I will vote. Advice to me? Use the comment box below.
The Committee to Rescue Reed’s Announces That It Has Completed Its Near-Term Objectives at Reed’s and Is Therefore Withdrawing Its Board Nominees and Proxy Contest
Gratified That its Involvement Led to a Reconstituted Board with Four New Independent Directors
Rescue Reed’s Members State Their Intention to Vote Against Chairman & CEO Chris Reed for Failing to Work in Good Faith with the Committee to Appoint Shareholder Nominees to the Board
Rescue Members Intend to Remain Vigilant in Monitoring the Performance of the Company, its CEO and New Directors Continue Reading →