July 2012 Proxy Voting Fact Sheet — The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

Small business takeaways,  need-to-know and news-to-watch.  An update.

Excerpt:  As say-on-pay (SOP) resolutions were being voted on during the 2012 proxy season, management nominees to boards of directors of U.S. public companies faced less opposition by investors. This and other data from nearly 2,500 annual general meetings (AGMs) held between January 1 and June 30 at Russell 3000 companies are discussed in the new edition of Proxy Voting Fact Sheet — the periodic report issued by The Conference Board in collaboration with FactSet Research. Data discussed in the report is compared with the S&P 500 and analyzed across 20 business sectors.

The report reviews the most recent statistics

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