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Proposal to Remove Directors

See also

Reports of Professional Analyses





Shareholder Proposal to Remove Directors


CA Perspective on Shareholder Rights to Representation

(March 28 - June 26, 2006)


See also

Board Adoption of "Majority Voting" for Election of Directors

(February 28, 2007)


For independent director observations

of past director performance, see

Report of CA Board's Special Litigation Committee

(April 13, 2007)

See also

Corporate Crime Reporter, November 28, 2005:

"Interview with David Pitofsky"

[former Assistant US Attorney responsible for Computer Associates cases]





History of Controversy


September 15, 2006 Newsday:

"CA, investors gear up to meet | Sagging stock prices and activists urging shareholders to withhold votes for board members promise a lively Monday session"

June 30, 2006 Global Proxy Watch:


June 25, 2006 New York Times:

"Soviet-Style Proxies, Made in the U.S.A."

June 11, 2006 New York Times:

"Finally, Shareholders Start Acting Like Owners"

June 5, 2006 Newsday:

"Challenge at CA: End the turmoil"

May 15, 2006

"CA Stability Still on Hold"

April 30, 2006 New York Times

"Can't Take It Anymore?"

April 27, 2006 Wall Street Journal

"CA Turns To SEC In Fight Vs Proposal On Directors' Ouster"

April 27, 2006 New York Times

"The Shareholder Spring"

April 2, 2006 New York Times

"One Share, One Vote: One Big Test"





See also

Reports relating to another shareholder proposal

testing poison pill policies:


May 11, 2006 The Deal

"Shareholder files suit against CA"


June 27, 2006 Dow Jones Newswires:

"CA Inc. To Add Proposal Bounced By Courts To July Proxy"




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