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    1. Bath & Body Works appoints Gina Boswell to CEO role, board of directors

      Bath & Body Works appoints Gina Boswell to CEO role, board of directors

      Bath & Body Works Inc. said Wednesday that it named Gina Boswell as its chief executive officer, effective Dec. 1, and has been voted onto the personal care and home fragrance retailer's board of directors. Boswell will succeed Sarah Nash, who has been interim CEO since May 2022. Nash was named interim CEO after the previous CEO Andrew Meslow stepped down for health reasons...

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    2. Here’s One Way Shareholders Can Get Companies to Act on Global Warming

      Here’s One Way Shareholders Can Get Companies to Act on Global Warming

      Here’s one way your fund can start prodding companies to act on climate change: Link executive pay to their plans to reduce emissions that cause global warming, and then vote every year on how well executives are doing on those goals. After the global financial crisis, Congress mandated that shareholders OK the compensation every year for a company’s CEO, CFO, and top three most highly paid officers in a measure called “say on pay.” Shareholders would do this by voting on the company’s proxy ballot , as frequently as once a year. The goal was to correct the ...

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    3. SEC Proxy Voting Rule Changes Could Weaken Minority Shareholder Influence

      SEC Proxy Voting Rule Changes Could Weaken Minority Shareholder Influence

      The proxy process sounded an alarm on working conditions in the meatpacking industry. , Tyson Foods Inc (TSN) On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the SEC was scheduled to hold an open meeting to decide whether to adopt new shareholder resolution filing rules. Late on Tuesday it abruptly, and with no further explanation, postponed the final decision by a week...

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    4. 2 Gender-Diversity Trends in the Corporate Boardroom

      2 Gender-Diversity Trends in the Corporate Boardroom

      Madison Sargis: A few weeks ago, it was reported that all-male boards are officially a thing of the past for the S&P 500. And while it's great to see such positive headline figures, Morningstar wanted to highlight two trends that paint a less rosy picture about gender diversity within the corporate boardroom. First, small-cap companies are lagging large caps. Gender diversity for small caps is only where large caps were a decade ago...

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