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  1. Towers Watson: Board director compensation rises 6%

    trueMedian director total compensation rose 6% to $239,918 in 2013, said a Towers Watson report released Wednesday that studied 474 publicly traded companies in the Fortune 500.

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  1. Governance continues to be issue for DB plan executives — conference panel

    trueGovernance remains one of the thorniest issues facing defined benefit plan executives

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  2. Wal-Mart shareholders approve all directors, executive pay

    trueWal-Mart Stores Inc. shareholders approved the compensation of C. Douglas McMillon, president and CEO, and five other top executives and elected all nominees for director, despite opposition from major pension funds.

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  3. Nabors Industries shareholders reject 3 director elections, executive pay packages

    trueNabors Industries Ltd. shareholders, bolstered by major pension funds, voted in the majority against the re-election of three directors, but the rest of the company's board voted unanimously to keep them on the board.

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  4. CalPERS' proxy proposal at Nabors wins majority support

    trueCalPERS' proposal at Nabors Industries calling for the company to change its proxy-voting counting to treat broker non-votes as having no impact won majority support from shareholders.

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  5. McDonald's shareholders ratify CEO's pay despite opposition by CalPERS

    trueMcDonald's Corp. shareholders on Thursday voted to ratify the compensation of Donald Thompson, president and CEO, and four other top executives by a 93.5% vote, despite opposition by CalPERS.

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  6. Shareholders approve Goldman Sachs pay package, re-elect all directors

    trueGoldman Sachs Group Inc. shareholders Friday voted 83% to ratify the pay package of Lloyd C. Blankfein, chairman and CEO, and four other top executives, according to a statement from the company after its annual meeting.

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  7. CalPERS supports 92% of management proposals

     

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  8. Nathan Cummings Foundation will file for proxy access at Oracle

    trueNathan Cummings Foundation, New York, expects to file a proposal at Oracle Corp., calling for proxy access permitting shareholders the use of corporate proxy materials to nominate directors.

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  9. Ford shareholders approve executive compensation despite pension opposition

    trueFord Motor Co. shareholders Thursday voted 75.2% of shares to ratify the compensation package of Alan Mulally, president and CEO, and other senior executives at the company despite opposition from CalSTRS, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Florida State Board of Administration.

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  10. BofA directors re-elected, executive compensation approved

    trueBank of America Corp. shareholders Wednesday approved the election of all nominees for director, its executive compensation and rehiring of its auditing firm, while rejecting all shareholder proposals, upending voting decisions of some major pension funds.

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  11. 3 more reveal votes for Berkshire Hathaway

    trueBerkshire Hathaway Inc. faces opposition to the re-election of directors from CalSTRS, Florida State Board of Administration and Trillium Asset Management, according to their proxy voting disclosures.

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  12. Duke Energy director nominees elected despite pension fund opposition

    trueDuke Energy Corp. shareholders Thursday elected all nominees for directors, despite opposition to some of them by North Carolina Retirement Systems, CalPERS, CalSTRS, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Florida State Board of Administration, New York City Retirement Systems and Ontario Teachers' ...

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  13. Boeing shareholders nix proposals

    trueBoeing Co. shareholders rejected all shareholder proposals, including calls for an independent chairman and disclosure of lobbying payments and policy, according to preliminary results provide by company spokesman John Dern.

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