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Institutional Investors Continue to Press Companies for Disclosure of Lobbying In 2016 Shareholder resolutions filed with 50 companies by 66 institutional and individual investors
Institutional Investors Press Companies for Disclosure of Lobbying in 2014 Shareholder resolutions filed with 48 companies by 60 institutional and individual investors.
AFSCME's Saunders: “Ruling Paves The Way For The Decimation Of Detroit’s Working Class.”
Court Rules in Favor of AFSCME Members, Detroit Bankruptcy Illegal Statement by AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders: Snyder and Orr are not above the law and cannot ignore the Michigan constitution
Shareholders Vote on Independent Chair at JPMorgan Chase
Major Investors Call on JPMorgan Chase to Name Independent Board Chair Coalition with $820 million in JPM shares seeks stronger, more independent governance and oversight
Too Big to Fail and Imperial CEOs Targeted as AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Announces 2013 Shareholder Proposals
Institutional Investors Continue to Press Companies for Disclosure of Lobbying Shareholder resolutions filed with more than 50 companies by more than 65 institutional and individual investors for 2013.
Shareholders Ask Citigroup Board to Explore Structural Changes
Meet Richard Hayes. He Picks Up Mitt Romney’s Trash. AFSCME launches campaign featuring public workers who service Mitt Romney’s La Jolla, Calif., neighborhood
AFSCME Plan’s McEntee to JP Morgan Chase: “Don’t Hedge on Independent Board Chair; the Stakes Are Too High to Leave Jamie Dimon Unsupervised” Statement of AFSCME Plan Trustee Gerald W. McEntee on JP Morgan Chase’s $2 billion loss
AFSCME Urges Shareholders to Remedy Excess Pay at Dean Foods Recommends Vote Against Executive Compensation
“A Step in the Right Direction to Make Sure Wall St. CEOs Are Held Accountable” Statement of AFSCME Pres. Gerald W. McEntee following an agreement reached with Goldman Sachs to adopt a lead director
AFSCME Urges Shareholders to Remedy Excess Pay at Johnson & Johnson Recommends Vote against Executive Compensation
Investors Announce New Shareholder Initiative Seeking Disclosure of Company Lobbying Activities
Imperial CEOs Targeted as AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Announces 2012 Shareholder Proposals
AFSCME Plan to JP Morgan: End Dimon Double Duty
AFSCME Plan to Goldman Sachs: Adopt Independent Board Chair Proposal seeks removal of CEO Lloyd Blankfein as Chairman of Board
Vanguard Tops List of Excessive CEO Pay Enablers New Report Examines Mutual Fund Proxy Voting Patterns on Executive Compensation
AFSCME and RAM Trust Urge Exxon Mobil Shareholders to Rein in CEO Pay, Implement Governance Improvements on May 25
AFSCME Urges Shareholders to Vote against Executive Compensation at Pfizer (PFE) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
Ohio Bill “A Reprehensible Attack on the Middle Class” Statement of AFSCME President Gerald W. McEntee regarding Ohio SB 5, legislation to silence the voice of public service workers and limit their right to collective bargaining
Investors Issue Call for Annual Vote on Executive Pay Today 39 institutional investors, issued a public call for companies to support an annual advisory vote on executive compensation in their spring proxy statements and for investors to vote for annual “Say on Pay” votes.
AFSCME Employees Pension Plan Announces 27 Shareholder Proposals The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO (AFSCME) Employees Pension Plan, today announced its 27 proposals for greater transparency concerning risk, director accountability and independent board leadership.
Barclays, Northern, State Street and Vanguard Top List of Mutual Funds Enabling Excessive CEO Pay New Report Examines Mutual Fund Proxy Voting Patterns on Executive Compensation
AFSCME Releases Best Practices Guide for Pension Systems Report Serves as a Road Map to Protect Retirement Security
AllianceBernstein, Ameriprise, Barclays and Columbia Top List of Mutual Funds Supporting Excessive CEO Pay New Report Examines Mutual Fund Proxy Voting Patterns on CEO Salaries
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