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Amazon Plays April Fools Joke

Amazon Plays April Fools Joke

Amazon Plays April Fools Joke with shareholders. I am not laughing. Amazon’s preliminary proxy of April 1 fails to include my proposal and others where Amazon filed no-action requests with the SEC. My proposal is aimed at disclosing the Company’s distribution of stock-based incentives throughout the workforce as a first step in addressing wealth inequality. Failing to disclose pending proposals that […]

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ICCR Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide

ICCR Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide

ICCR Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide now includes all proposals filed so far for the 2022 season by Corporate Governance. I could not be more delighted, since this is the group that is most responsible for inspiring my own work! ICCR has published its Guide every year since 1974. The 2022 Guide discusses 436 resolutions filed by […]

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Meta Platforms & ownership culture

Meta Platforms: Address Inequality Through Ownership Culture

Meta Platforms should address inequality by helping to establish an ownership culture where all Americans are shareholders with a voice in corporate activity, especially at corporations where they are employed.  Voting in favor of the shareholder proposal outlined below will send a message not only to Mark Zuckerberg but to all those who currently control […]

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Clorox 2021

Clorox 2021: Increase Employee Voice

Clorox 2021 annual meeting is Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at 9:00 A.M. PST, virtually via https://meetnow.global/MNGZAZQ. You will also need your 15-digit control number. Of course, I recommend voting in advance. To enhance corporate governance and long-term value, vote AGAINST Auditor; FOR #5 Increase Diversity of Director Nominees – Include Non-Management Employees on Candidate List. (more…)

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Employee Ownership

Employee Ownership 2022 Proposals

Employee ownership is my next focus. Support for proposals in 2020 and 2021 to encourage companies to add workers to the board has been weak. It is time to reassess. My conversations with CalPERS were especially interesting. Directors I interviewed who were elected by the members favored our proposals. Staff, those charged with voting shares […]

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Millennial Socialists

Millennial Socialists Bolstered by SEC

Millennial socialists have not been overtly embraced by the SEC, but the Commission’s recent proposals to disempower proxy advisors and shareholders below the level of multi-millionaire’s plays into the hands of those advocating a socialist economy. The Commission’s proposed rules would further concentrate the power of corporate elites and reduce their accountability to “Main Street” […]

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