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  1. The Top Ten Ways To Disrespect Your Individual Investors— And To Get Permanently “De-Friended” By Them 

    Article

    2012 Q3
  2. Our Top-Ten Reasons To Grow—And To Guard— Your Company’s Retail Investor Base

    Article

    2012 Q3
  3. Creating A Proactive "Shareholder Engagement" Plan

    Having A Proactive “Shareholder Engagement” Plan Seems To Be The Top Priority Of Smart Companies Going Forward: A Great Job-Booster – When Done Right – So Start Preparing Now

    Article

    2012 Q2
  4. Hundreds Of Companies Will Have Qr Codes On Their Proxy Materials This Year – To Take Voters...

    At Least Six Companies – Including Gm And Allstate – Will Take Voters Directly To Their Very Own Voting Accounts

    Article

    2012 Q1
  5. Our Top-Ten Tips On Dealing With Activist Investors, Shareholder Proponents, Gadflies – And Other...

    Our Top-Ten Tips On Dealing With Activist Investors, Shareholder Proponents, Gadflies – And Other Would-Be Speakers – At Shareholder Meetings

    Article

    2012 Q1
  6. Our Number-One Tip For “Annual Meeting Security”

    Having Safe, Sane, Sensible And Scrupulously Fair Rules Of Conduct In Place… Plus, The Very Important Tip Number-Two

    Article

    2012 Q1
  7. Rules And Procedures For The Conduct Of Annual Stockholder Meetings

    Article

    2012 Q1
  8. En Garde: Proxy Voting Gamesmanship Is Alive And Well

     – And Especially “Creative” This Season... Creating Votes Out Of Thin Air

    Article

    2012 Q1
  9. Outsource The Corporate Secretary Role?

    Does It Ever Make Sense For A Company To Outsource The Corporate Secretary Role? Or To Bring Someone In Temporarily, To Supplement Existing Staff? Kris Veaco, Founder Of The Veaco Group In San Francisco, Shares Some Insights… And Some Recent Case Histories

    Article

    2011 Special Supplement
  10. Lots Of Fresh Questions…And Answers… On Meeting Adjournments, On “All Other Business” 

    And On Calculating, Reporting On And Describing Those Say-On-Pay And Say-When-On-Pay Results….

    Article

    2011 Q1