A new study finds audit committees at companies that hold staggered board elections are not responsive to low shareholder approval.
T. Rowe Price mistakenly voted its 31 million shares in favor of the takeover by Dell's founder and is compensating investors to make up for it.
Shareholders will vote on a proposal to ensure Facebook "will not remain a founder-controlled company after we cease to be a founder-led company."
While the annual cost of bribery alone is an estimated $1.5 trillion to $2 trillion, the fund says the indirect damage is even higher.
Doing a deal with an affiliate? Existing lenders or debtholders will require assurances that the transaction is carried out in arm’s-length fashion.
The publisher's board adopts a "poison pill" that could make it too expensive for Gannett to pursue a hostile bid.
Starboard Value CEO Jeffrey Smith gets a board seat in a move that may pave the way for a sale of Yahoo's core business.
The firms now have until Oct. 1 to show they can survive a financial collapse without a taxpayer bailout.
Would the divestiture of all non-core banking business segments enhance shareholder value? JPMorgan's board of directors doesn't think so.
Companies must “clearly and impartially” describe management and shareholder proposals, the SEC says in a rule update.