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Citi (C): Proxy Vote Score 48

Citigroup Inc. (Citi, NYSE: C), a diversified financial services holding company, provides various financial products and services for consumers, corporations, governments, and institutions worldwide. Citi is one of the stocks in my portfolio. ProxyDemocracy.org had collected the votes of three fund families when I checked and voted. Their annual meeting is coming up on April 25, 2017. I voted AGAINST […]

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International Business Machines Corporation Proxy

International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM) provides information technology (IT) products and services worldwide.  IBM is one of the stocks in my portfolio. ProxyDemocracy.org had collected the votes of two fund families when I checked and voted. Their annual meeting is coming up on April 25, 2017. I voted FOR Proxy Access, Special Meeting amendments and report on lobbying. See how and […]

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Walt Disney: Last Chance to Vote

The Walt Disney Company $DIS will hold their annual meeting tomorrow (3/12/2014). Today is the last day to vote unless you attend the meeting. My voting recommendations are at The Walt Disney Company (DIS): Proxy Score 79. Since that post a few additional funds have voted and there has been further debate: (more…)

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Apple Inc. (AAPL): How I Voted – Proxy Score 89

Apple Inc. (NASD:AAPL) is one of the stocks in my portfolio. Their annual meeting is coming up on 2/28/2014. ProxyDemocracy.org was down for maintenance when I checked and voted on 2/19/2014, so no voting advice there. I checked a few other sources such as CalPERS, Florida SBA and OTPP but none had disclosed their votes on their sites as of yesterday. I voted […]

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13th Nay on Pay

Stewart Information Services has become the 13th U.S. company to fail to win majority support during a “say on pay” vote this year… Investors also withheld majority approval from a compensation committee member, W. Arthur Porter, and withheld more than 44 percent support from four other directors… While the small-cap company has lagged its industry […]

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Australia ‘Say on Pay’ Enhancements Too Radical

Shareholders of Australian public companies have been having their say on pay by law since 2005. The Australian Parliament is currently considering amendments to its say on pay rules that are aimed at increasing the impact on companies of significant shareholder votes against. The ‘two-strikes’ test is a key proposed change included in the Corporations […]

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Upcoming Vote: Sparton

Sparton will hold its annual meeting in Schaumberg IL on October 27, 2010. Proposals to be voted on include two that further improve Sparton’s corporate governance to best practices as follows: Proposal #3 includes the adoption of a Majority Voting standard for election of directors, and Proposal #4 includes the de-classifying (de-staggering) of Sparton’s board […]

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How I'd Vote at Coke

As can be seen from the list of stocks I own, I don’t have any direct investments in Coca Cola (KO). However, I do have indirect holdings through my pension at CalPERS and through several mutual funds and a strong longstanding concern about the safety of Bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical used in the epoxy lining […]

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How I Voted: Berkshire Hathaway & Scripps Networks Interactive

I found no advance voting recommendations or advocates regarding Berkshire Hathaway from either ProxyDemocracy.org or MoxyVote.com.  No items were on the proxy other than election of directors. There seems to be a slight glitch on MoxyVote.com, since it only appeared to allow voting in favor of all director candidates or withholding. That wan’t a problem […]

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How I Voted at Kellogg (K)

First I checked MoxyVote.com and noticed the voting deadline is 4/19/2010, so I stopped procrastinating. I didn’t see any voting advice there, so I looked at ProxyDemocracy.org. Two funds listed there didn’t vote. The funds that did vote, voted for all items, including my resolution to reduce supermajority voting requirements. I’ll do the same, including […]

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How I Voted at Citigroup

ProxyDemocracy.org was very helpful, with several funds reporting their votes in advance. Also very helpful was CalPERS’ site, which provided reasons for their votes.  I voted for most of the directors, along with most of the funds who reported voting in advance on ProxyDemocracy. However, I joined with CalPERS in withholding my vote from the […]

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Can We Change Voting Behavior?

We Own You!: How technology can help stockholders take control of the corporations they own, Slate.com, 1/12/10.  Eliot Spitzer writes,  “Twitter, text messages, YouTube, and other technology transformed politics in 2008. This success raises a compelling question: Can the same technology awaken the more dormant world of corporate democracy?… Could proxy voting in 2011 generate the […]

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