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Shareholder Support Rankings

analyses of shareholder perceptions of corporate leadership's respect for investor interests

produced by the Forum from data provided by

PROXY INSIGHT

global shareholder voting intelligence

   

 

     
 

 

Shareholder Support Rankings

Shareholder Support Rankings for any company in the Russell 3000 index can be obtained by entering the company's ticker symbol in the box at the top of the chart.

The following index and research reference graphs are also available with the indicated symbols:

Russell 3000 Median:

R3000

Russell 1000 (large cap) Median:

R1000

Russell 2000 (small cap) Median:

R2000

NY Times Top 100 Exec Pay* Average:

NYT100

More detailed research of shareholder voting by company, by institutional investor, and by type of decision is available from Proxy Insight.

* For annual New York Times rankings of Top 100 Executive Pay, see:

May 16, 2015 New York Times | Fair Game: "Shareholders’ Votes Have Done Little to Curb Lavish Executive Pay"

June 17, 2016 New York Times | Fair Game: "How to Gauge a C.E.O.’s Value? Hint: It’s Not the Share Price"

See Rankings Research Reference for news reports of analyses using Shareholder Support Rankings, and for past Forum programs addressing investor interests in executive compensation.

 

 

 

 

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