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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

   

 

     
 

 

Research Reference

News Reports


For past public Forum programs addressing investor interests in executive compensation, see

Walgreen Co. - Stock Buyback Policies (2014)

Fair Investor Access (2012)

Reconsidering "Say on Pay" Proposals (2008)

Verizon Communications - Analyzing Management Confidence in Strategies (2007)

Advisory Voting on Executive Compensation ("Say on Pay") (2006)

Options Policies (2006)

Performance Analysis and Information Standards ("PAIS") Panel (2000)


 

News Reports

 

 

 

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