Timothy Smith: The SEC should not limit the right of investors to sponsor shareholder resolutions
There’s a concerted effort by business groups to limit shareholders’ ability to exercise their rights
The U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has just announced it plans to present a revised Rule that will limit the ability of investors to file shareholder resolutions for votes at company stockholder meetings. This comes amidst a concerted effort by certain …
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