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    2. The SEC Should Examine Oil CEOs With Pay Tied to ESG Metrics, Elizabeth Warren Says

      The SEC Should Examine Oil CEOs With Pay Tied to ESG Metrics, Elizabeth Warren Says
      (Bloomberg) -- Fossil fuel companies should face probes on whether theyre using loophole-ridden environmental, social and governance goals to boost executive pay while contributing to environmental destruction, Senator Elizabeth Warren said, adding to her calls to rein in CEO compensation...
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    3. Apple Told the SEC it Doesn't Silence Employees Regarding Workplace Harassment or Discrimination. New Whistleblower Documents Show That Isn't True.

      Apple Told the SEC it Doesn't Silence Employees Regarding Workplace Harassment or Discrimination. New Whistleblower Documents Show That Isn't True.
      A whistleblower's nondisclosure agreement with Apple brings new scrutiny to SEC proposal. The document demonstrates the lengths Apple will go to silence former employees. "If we can't hold the biggest company in the world accountable, who can we?" Apple whistleblower Cher Scarlett said...
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    1. The failure to hold any senior executives responsible for the massive misconduct during the financial crisis stands out as a failure in enforcement and not just at the SEC.
      In SEC Nominees Commit to Revisiting Regulations, Holding Executives Accountable
    2. The SEC should mandate whatever it needs to mandate to get everybody in a room and work this out.
      In Improving Proxy-Voting System Discussed At SEC Roundtable
    3. Having Commissioner Roisman at the helm of the process is a great first step and means you have someone who really understands the minutiae of the SEC's rule-making process steering the process.
      In SEC Commissioner Takes Agency Lead on Proxy-Voting Efforts