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    1. Ancora's Chadwick On Working with Activist Pioneer Whitworth

      Ancora's Chadwick On Working with Activist Pioneer Whitworth

      The Activist Investing Today podcast talked to Jim Chadwick, about Ancora's activist strategy and his recent insurgencies at Hill International and Fleet Management International. In a wide-ranging interview, Chadwick explains how working with Relational Investors Ralph Whitworth and David Batchelder, prior to joining Ancora, was "the most important factor" in his career of activism...

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    2. IBM Is One of 18 Companies That Could Soon Be Attacked by an Activist Investor

      IBM Is One of 18 Companies That Could Soon Be Attacked by an Activist Investor

      Activist investors have come out swinging this year. From Nelson Peltz's fresh attack on sleepy consumer products giant Procter & Gamble ( PG ) , to Jana Partners' big win against Whole Foods ( WFM ) , activists continue to set their sites on shaking up Corporate America. TheStreet's sister publication The Deal recently published a new watch list of 20 companies that could be ripe for headline-making activist campaigns. We felt it would be good you see the list so you aren't behind the curve...

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    3. Activists Don't Just Go After 'Loser Companies,' Plus Cramer's Top Takeaways From CorpGov 2017

      Activists Don't Just Go After 'Loser Companies,' Plus Cramer's Top Takeaways From CorpGov 2017

      The role of corporate activism is expanding becoming more ubiquitous by the day. From intense public campaigns, such as Marcato Capital Management's proxy battle with Buffalo Wild Wings ( BWLD ) that forced CEO Sally Smith to depart, to less public spats there's been no shortage of fodder for insurgents and those of us interested in the world of corporate governance...

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    4. Investors Are Not Happy Snap's Non-Voting Shares

      Investors Are Not Happy Snap's Non-Voting Shares

      Big investors are outraged over Snap's plans to IPO with non-voting shares. Some are quietly lobbying major U.S. stock exchanges, indexes and the nation's securities regulator to force Snapchat to allow for voting shares. Snap investors won't be able to lodge protest votes on executive pay. Passive index funds will need to eventually buy Snap shares even though they have no vote...

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