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    2. McKesson Reduces CEO's Pay 10% Following Revolt by Investors

      McKesson Reduces CEO's Pay 10% Following Revolt by Investors
      (Bloomberg) -- McKesson Corp. cut Chief Executive Officer John Hammergrens pay by about 10 percent following a shareholder revolt spurred by claims about the health-care firms alleged role in the nations opioid crisis. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters led a vote-no campaign in 2017 against the firms executive pay plan after accusing the drug distributor of aggravating the opioid epidemic...
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    3. Tesla Board Overcomes Critics as Investors Back Musk, Directors

      Tesla Board Overcomes Critics as Investors Back Musk, Directors
      (Bloomberg) -- Tesla Inc. shareholders sided with its besieged board by defeating a proposal to require that the chairman be an independent director and approving the re-election of three directors criticized by an activist investor group. Shareholders sided with the boards recommendations on all agenda items, Todd Maron, Teslas general counsel, said during the companys annual meeting Tuesday in Mountain View, California...
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    1. Investors, meanwhile, need to aspire to the same level of transparency as they themselves expect of the companies in which they invest.
      In Codes Of Conduct Gain Traction As 'Comply Or Explain' Embraced By Japan Investors
    2. Management accounting is a critical aspect of the finance function because it informs the board, investors and management why the numbers are what they are, not just what the numbers are
      In Critical: 'Not Just What The Numbers Are: But Why They Are What They Are'
    3. We endorse the principle that direct engagement involving directors should not be a routine method of engagement for most US companies and for most investors.
      In Connecting Shareholders And Boards In The 21st Century