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    2. Boeing's CEO Should be Removed as Chairman of the Company's Board Amid its 737 Max Crisis, a Major Shareholder Advisor Says

      Boeing's CEO Should be Removed as Chairman of the Company's Board Amid its 737 Max Crisis, a Major Shareholder Advisor Says
      A major proxy advisor is urging Boeing investors to require an independent board chairman at the company's annual meeting on April 29. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg currently serves as an independent director of the company's board. ISS says the board needs an independent chairman if it wants to weather the crisis that has seen the 737 Max, its best-selling plane, grounded worldwide for more than a month...
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    3. The Firm Behind 'Fearless Girl' Has a Dubious Record of Backing Gender Diversity as a Shareholder

      The Firm Behind 'Fearless Girl' Has a Dubious Record of Backing Gender Diversity as a Shareholder
      As the firm behind New Yorks Fearless Girl statue, State Street Corporation has gotten an estimated$13 million in free publicityand even seen successpushing companies to add women to their boards of directors. But as a shareholder, the firms fund specifically devoted to gender diversity has often opposed initiatives in favor of that mission...
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    4. Cardinal Health Exec Pay Should Include Opioid Settlements, Shareholders Say

      Cardinal Health Exec Pay Should Include Opioid Settlements, Shareholders Say
      Two shareholders are requesting Cardinal Health's executive pay not be insulated from legal costs associated with ongoing opioid litigation, according to a Sept. 26 proxy statement . Cardinal Health is facing over 300 lawsuits from local and state governments for its role in distributing painkillers...
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    5. Should Shareholders Always Come First?

      Should Shareholders Always Come First?
      NEW YORK U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren has proposed a bill the Accountable Capitalism Act that would require large companies to create corporate charters that take account of the interests of workers, customers and communities in addition to shareholders. To enforce this dictum, it would give each companys employees the power to elect 40 percent of the corporate directors. Right now, U.S. corporations are set up to maximize the ...
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    6. Netflix Shareholders Raise Governance Issues At Annual Meeting

      Netflix Shareholders Raise Governance Issues At Annual Meeting
      Investors supported a number of stockholder proposals that would give investors a role in the nomination of directors and the ability to make changes with a simple majority vote. The voice of shareholders is being ignored and has been ignored for many years, said James McRitchie, publisher of a popular corporate governance portal CorpGov.Net. Once again, lets send a message to the board...
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    7. Should You Be Concerned About UMS United Medical Systems International AG’s Shareholders?

      Should You Be Concerned About UMS United Medical Systems International AG’s Shareholders?
      I am going to take a deep dive into UMS United Medical Systems International AGs ( DB:UMS ) most recent ownership structure, not a frequent subject of discussion among individual investors. Ownership structure of a company has been found to affect share performance over time. Since the same amount of capital coming from an activist institution and a passive mutual fund has different implications on corporate governance, it is a useful ...
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    1. If Nissan was badly governed, then the blame should rest squarely on the shoulders of its foreign majority shareholders.
      In Soul-Searching is in Order for Nissan's Board After Ghosn Allegations, Governance Experts Say