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  1. PROXY FIGHTS SHRINK IN NUMBER…BUT THE INTENSITY GROWS BIG-TIME

    The just-out issue of Broadridge’s Proxy Pulse newsletter reports that so far this year, proxy contests have decreased markedly vs. last.

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  2. More News from the 2017 Meeting Front: The Best & Worst

    BofA’S DONATIONS TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS PRODUCED BIG NEW-VOTER TURNOUT: In our last issue we singled out Bank of America’s proxy package for special mention as “required viewing.” With most of the ‘big season’ now behind us, it remains the best and most effective set of proxy documents to cross our desk this year.

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    2017 - Q2
  3. Annual Meeting Planning - 2018

    Two other sets of developments this season also give us reason to think hard as we plan for 2018:

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    2017 - Q2
  4. Our FOUR Top Takeaways from the 2017 Annual Meeting Season

    This year’s big-meeting-season brought two earthshaking changes in the overall corporate governance climate that will, we believe, alter the landscape forever. Also, there were developments on political disclosure and so-called diversity proposals that issuers should take note of as they plan for next year:

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    2017 - Q2
  5. Hot Issues for Proxy Tabulation and Vote Reporting

    Did you know that there are at least eight kinds of proxy tabulators out there these days?

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  6. The Original “Shareholder Activists” and the Founders of the Modern Corporate Governance Movement

    LEWIS GILBERT (1907-1993) JOHN GILBERT (1914-2002)

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    2016 Year-End Special Supplement
  7. “RFP-LITE”

    Goodbye and Good Riddance We Say, To Those 20+ Page RFPs with their 200-Page Responses

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    2016 Year-End Special Supplement
  8. Berkshire Hathaway Will Stream Its Annual Meeting Via Yahoo…YAHOO! We Say… But Add a Tiny Boo or...

    In last year’s wrap-up of the 2015 shareholder meeting season we predicted that more and more companies would go back to actually trying to make the meetings more inviting - and more useful to shareholders. So we were happy when Yahoo announced it will host the first-ever live stream of the annual shareholders meeting of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway

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    2016 Q1
  9. The Auditor “Blooper Of The Year”?

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    2016 Q1
  10. "RFP-LITE"

    Goodbye and Good Riddance We Say, To Those 20+ Page RFPs with Their 200-Page Responses.

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    2016 Q1