Coping With The Loss Of The Broker Vote …And The Potential 50% Decline In The Individual Investor...
Our Top “Practical Tips” On What To Do… To Head-Off A Potentially Career-Ending Snafu
A First-Hand Report From The Intel “Virtual Annual Meeting”… And A Heads Up On The Broadridge...
Your editor had the honor to serve as the Inspector of Election at Intel’s 2009 annual meeting, the first “virtual annual meeting” ever.
Investor Access To The Director Nominating And Voting Machinery: A Certainty For 2010?
A Few “Practice Points” On Reporting Results:
In The Blooper Of The Year, Apple Gets Caught Counting Abstentions As “Votes No” On Say On Pay
A Quick Primer On Tabulating And Reporting Voting Results
A Few New Developments To Watch That Crossed Our Path This Season:
The 2009 Proxy Season Overview: Much Bad Sailing… But Batten Down The Hatches For Worse Weather In 2010
Key Industry Organizations Totally Miss The Point, We Say… And Don’T Help The Corporate Cause At All…
And Don’t Help The Corporate Cause At All… In Their Actual And “Model Responses” To Proposed Changes In The “Broker May Vote” Rule… Basically Flicking A Finger At The NYSE And Its Proxy Rule Committee
“For Laurel Hill, There Is No Denying That The Times Have Changed. And There Is Also No Denying...
An Interview with Tom Kies and John Siemann, Partners at Laurel Hill Advisory Group, LLC
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