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    1. ‘Have they locked the doors?’ Judge Presses for Details on Hershey Charity Spat With Board Member

      ‘Have they locked the doors?’ Judge Presses for Details on Hershey Charity Spat With Board Member

      HARRISBURG — The mounting feud between Pennsylvania’s wealthiest charity and one of its board members was on full display in a Harrisburg courtroom Tuesday, as a judge pressed attorneys for each side on the details of a months-long fight over internal spending details. Robert Heist, the board member, says in court records that millions of ...

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    2. Rite Aid Shareholders Back Union Over Board on Proposal to Limit Executive Compensation

      Rite Aid Shareholders Back Union Over Board on Proposal to Limit Executive Compensation

      In a non-binding shareholder vote Thursday, Rite Aid stockholders voted to back a union-driven proposal which could limit executive compensation if the Camp Hill-based drug store were to be purchased by an outside entity. The proposal – which 58% of shareholders voted to endorse according to preliminary results – calls for the removal of accelerated investing of long-term performance awards to senior executives in the event of a change in company control...

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