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May 8, 2012 GUEST COMMENTARY: Shareholders are taking chargeSource: Times of Northwest Indiana
The media have been flooded with campaign ads focused on state and federal elections. These elections are, of course, important, but there is another series of elections that impact almost all of us -- the annual elections for...
April 30, 2012 Q&A: Why proxy season mattersSource: The Tennessean
For a host of public companies, spring is when shareholders start speaking of “say on pay,” CEOs are forced to face angry investors and so-called corporate gadflies make their rounds. It’s proxy season, and everyday investors...
April 20, 2012 Is Citi Just the Beginning?Source: Joe Nocera, NY Times
When I walked into work this morning, I found this anonymous message on my voicemail. The call, of course, was referring to the fact that Citigroup’s shareholders voted down CEO Vikram Pandit’s $14.9 million pay package for 2011
Source: Thompson Reuters
In the rarified interactions between elite law firm partners and elite law schools, the former usually fall all over themselves to shower the latter with praise, and, even more importantly, money. It's a heartwarming tale of...
March 23, 2012 A Fair Harvard FundSource: Harvard Crimson
Like many Harvard College seniors, the impending prospect of commencement has led us to reflect on the role Harvard has played in our lives. Through four wonderful years in Cambridge, we have been challenged and supported by...
March 19, 2012 Signs of Progress…or Alarming Trends?Source: The Motley Fool
Years ago, shareholder activism was never newsworthy unless somebody like Carl Icahn or Bill Ackman was taking the action. These days, shareholder activism has become an area that's worth following closely.
Source: Knowledge at Wharton
"The Caging of America" -- an article in The New Yorker written by Adam Gopnik -- paints a disturbing picture of the human toll and costs of the nation's prison system. In it, Gopnik notes that between 1980 and 2010, the number...
March 13, 2012 Keeping up with Europe's ESG pace-settersSource: City Wire
Whether you talk about SRI (Socially Responsible Investing), RI (Responsible Investing) or ESG (Environmental Social and Governance), it boils down to taking a wider-angled perspective on how investments across asset classes and...
February 20, 2012 Corporate governance: SEC, shareholder activism driving enhanced director disclosureSource: Reuters
With a slew of Dodd-Frank and SEC driven regulations headlining the 2012 proxy season, enhanced director disclosure will be a prominent issue as investors demand heightened corporate accountability and broader levels of...
January 18, 2012 Eco-Friendly Economics for the Green InvestorSource: News Discovery
Putting money where your mouth is can be a scary prospect for the Earth-friendly investor in the current economy. Making environmentally responsible investment decisions doesn't have to be a baldness-inducing gamble. Three...
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