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29 Sep. 2013 | Comments (0)
|A Note from The Conference Board Governance Center: This post relates to a report released jointly by The Conference Board and FactSet, authored by Dr. Tonello, Melissa Aguilar, and Thomas Singer of The Conference Board. The Executive Summary is available here. For details regarding how to obtain a copy of the full report, contact matteo.tonello@conference-board.|
- Volume, sponsors, and subjects of shareholder proposals.
- Voted, omitted, and withdrawn shareholder proposals.
- Voting results of shareholder proposals.
- Shareholder proposals on executive compensation.
- Shareholder proposals on corporate governance.
- Shareholder proposals on social and environmental policy.
- Volume and subjects of management proposals.
- Failed say-on-pay proposals among Russell 3000 companies.
- Say-on-pay proposals that received the support of less than 70 percent of votes cast.
- Volume, dissident type, reasons for dissent, and outcomes of proxy contests.
- List of most frequent dissidents.
- Majority voting.
- Board declassification.
- Supermajority vote requirements.
- Independent board chairmen.
- Proxy access.
- Sustainability reporting.
- Political issues.
- Election of dissident’s director nominee.