Category: Proxy Statement 128

It is often said that there is a cost to doing business.  Proxy meeting fees have emerged as such a cost in the context of the business of investing your hard-earned dollars.  These unique fees are garnering more attention as time progresses as they are arguably egregiously excessive and even somewhat punitive.  Let’s take
Running a company involving many aspects of corporate decision-making requires keeping accurate records and imposing a certain degree of regularity in the process. Proxies are one such way to ensure there is an established protocol for voting on various matters that come up within the company. Proxy proposals can be either routi
Shareholders, by virtue of their ownership interest in a corporation, are usually entitled to one vote per share in corporate elections or certain other policy decisions. This is true for the approval or disapproval of pension plans, additional stock authorizations, and mergers. If the shareholders can attend the annual meeting