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

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

    Article

    2016 Year-End Special Supplement
  2. The Unforgettable Wilma Soss

    The first person ever to demand that directors put women on their boards

    Article

    2016 January Special Supplement
  3. Transfer Agent Pays An Extra Nickel To Every Shareholder

    Transfer Agent Pays An Extra Five-Cents Per Share To Every Stockholder Of A Major Us Company: 158 Million Nickels Too Many!

    Article

    2014 Q3
  4. Coporate Governance: A 20 Year Overview

    A Quick Look-Back At “Shareholder Service”, “Shareholder Relations” - And The Securities Industry As A Whole Over 20 Fast-Changing Years – All Leading Up To Today’s “Glorious Days Of The Corporate Governance Movement”

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    2014 Q2
  5. Unclaimed Property And The Real James Brown

    “Ah Feel Gooood!” – Finding The Real James Brown, And Reuniting Him With Almost A Half-Million Dollars In Unclaimed Property…A Nifty Story – And One That’s Still Contains A Valuable Takeaway On Abandoned Property

    Article

    2014 Q2
  6. How Independent Inspectors Of Election Came To Be...

    With Special Thanks To Mister Smith... And Mister Jones. Another Fun Story For Our “History” Section.

    Article

    2013 Q4
  7. Tales From The Crypt

    Horror Stories About The Perils Of Holding Abandoned Property From The Optimizer’s Story Vault… All Of Them Absolutely True.

    Article

    2010 Special Supplement
  8. “The Noughties”

    Article

    2009 Q4
  9. Harry Of Hanover Square, And What We Can And Should Learn From Him Today

    The SSA – And We – honor Harry Poulakakos –Owner Of the World-Famous Harry’s Bar Of Hanover Square… “Wall Street’s Favorite Watering Hole” For Over 36 Years. What Valuable Lessons There Are To Be Learned Here!

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    2008 Q4