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  1. An Update on Virtual Shareholder Meetings

    A Great Thing, But Look Carefully Before You Leap

    Article

    2017 Q4
  2. An 8-Million-Vote Margin on 2.75 Billion Votes Cast

    "How Could the Inspectors Possibly Confirm That The Numbers Were Right?

    Article

    2017 - Q2
  3. “Diversity" and the Prevelence of "Old White Men" at Shareholder Meetings

    In our last issue we predicted that “diversity” would be a hot topic during the 2017 Meeting Season, and we are indeed happy to see a much overdue and much increasing focus here.

    Article

    2017 Q1
  4. Our Newly Revised Primer on Tabulation and Reporting Shareholder Meeting Votes

    We last issued our primer on tabulating and reporting on shareholder meeting votes in 2009 - and, since then, there have been so many changes in the landscape, we realized that an updated version was due…right about now…so here it is:

    Article

    2016 Q4
  5. What, Exactly, Should Inspectors Of Election Be Inspecting? 

    Article

    2013 Special Supplement
  6. “Virtual Inspection Of Elections” 

    An Intriguing Moneysaving Option: But Is This A Good Option For Your Company? We Offer Some Important Considerations

    Article

    2012 Q1
  7. Virtual Shareholder Meetings 

    Industry Thought-Leaders Are Working Hard To Develop Best-Practices For “Virtual Shareholder Meetings”

    Article

    2012 Q1
  8. Inspectors Of Election: Some Questions And Answers On “The Basics”

    Article

    2011 Special Supplement
  9. Apple Computer Does It Again – With A Raft Of Annual Meeting Gaffes: How Can Such A Smart Company...

    Article

    2011 Q1
  10. An Insider’s Perspective: How To Avoid A Yahoo-Like Tabulation Nightmare

    Article

    2008 Q3