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    1. Australia: Harvey Norman has Been Hit by a Shareholder First Strike

      Australia:  Harvey Norman has Been Hit by a Shareholder First Strike

      Harvey Norman shareholders today delivered a first strike against the retail group. At the AGM in Sydney, they voted 50.63% against the company’s remuneration report. The Australian Shareholders Association had recommended the vote against the remuneration report. Retail billionaire Gerry Harvey has suffered a first strike by shareholders against his Harvey Norman group. At the AGM, shareholders voted 50.63% against the company’s remuneration report...

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    2. Evan Spiegel Spends Most of his Time During Boardroom Meetings on Snapchat

      Evan Spiegel Spends Most of his Time During Boardroom Meetings on Snapchat

      Evan Spiegel spends most of his time during board meetings on Snapchat Nick Bastone twitter Getty According to a report by The Information , Snap CEO Evan Spiegel spends much of his time during board meetings tied to his phone and messaging people on Snapchat. Spiegel was often “dismissive” toward Mitch Lasky, a Benchmark partner who stepped down from Snap’s board in August, according to The Information...

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    3. Telstra Shareholders Just Hit the Board with a New Australian Record 'First Strike' Vote Against Executive Pay

      Telstra Shareholders Just Hit the Board with a New Australian Record 'First Strike' Vote Against Executive Pay

      Telstra shareholders have made it clear just how unhappy they are with the company’s executive remuneration policy. The Australian reports a staggering 62% of eligible shareholders voted against Telstra’s remuneration report at today’s annual general meeting. That’s a new record high in corporate Australia, beating the 61.4% of AMP shareholders who rejected the company’s executive remuneration report back in May...

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    4. Chipotle's CEOs are Under Fire for Their Insanely High Pay

      Chipotle's CEOs are Under Fire for Their Insanely High Pay

      Steve Ells and Monty Moran made $US28.9 million and $US28.2 million respectively last year, according to company filings. The amounts represent a 15% pay increase for each executive from the previous year. Ells also raked in another $US41.6 million in 2014 by exercising previously awarded stock options. For comparison, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein made about $US23 million in 2013. Chipotle has delivered strong returns in recent years, with the stock increasing nearly 29% in 2014...

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