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  1. CalSTRS launches search for hedge fund consultant

    trueCalifornia State Teachers’ Retirement System is searching for a hedge fund consultant.

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  1. Toyota shareholders approve dual-class shares despite pension fund opposition

    trueToyota Motor Corp. shareholders approved a proposal to create a dual-class share structure by a 75% vote, overcoming opposition from four pension funds.

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  2. CalSTRS enlists Meketa as private equity consultant

    trueCalifornia State Teachers’ Retirement System hired Meketa Investment Group as its private equity consultant.

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  3. Large pension funds oppose proposed Toyota share-class voting structure

    trueToyota Motor Corp. faces opposition from several pension funds over a proposal to create a dual-class share voting structure.

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  4. California Senate passes bill requiring CalPERS, CalSTRS to divest from coal

    trueThe California Senate voted 22-14 in favor of legislation calling on both CalPERS and CalSTRS to divest from investments in coal companies.

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  5. BlackRock, Ceres create ESG governance guide for institutional investors

    trueBlackRock teamed up with Ceres to create a guide for U.S. institutional investors on engaging with companies and policymakers on sustainability issues, the two institutions announced Thursday.

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  6. CalSTRS, Legion drop proxy solicitation fight at Perry Ellis

    trueCalSTRS and Legion Partners Holdings withdrew their slate of nominees to the Perry Ellis International Inc. board of directors and ended their proxy solicitation contest “in response to recent positive steps” taken by the company, the shareholders group said in a filing Tuesday with the Securities ...

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  7. Pension funds take different sides on political lobbying proposal at Aetna

    trueAetna Inc. shareholders face voting Friday on a New York State Common Retirement Fund proposal calling for the company to disclose spending on political lobbying, and pension funds are lined up on different sides of the issue.

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  8. Chipotle shareholders reject proxy access proposals, ratify executive pay

    trueChipotle Mexican Grill Inc. shareholders at the company’s annual meeting Wednesday rejected two proxy access proposals, including one co-filed by the $163.4 billion New York City Retirement Systems, $56 billion UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, Ann Arbor, Mich., and $5 billion Philadelphia Public ...

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  9. Pension funds line up against Chipotle pay package

    trueTwo big pension funds have lined up against Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.'s executive pay package for Steve Ells, chairman of the company's board and co-CEO; Montgomery F. Moran, co-CEO; and two other top executives.

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  10. CalSTRS votes with Trian in DuPont proxy fight

    trueCalSTRS has voted its 3.6 million shares in E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. in support of alternatives money manager Trian Fund Management's four board candidates.

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  11. CalSTRS gets positive outlook from S&P on funding legislation

    trueA 2014 California law increasing employer and employee contributions to the California State Teachers' Retirement System improves the credit outlook of the second-largest U.S. pension fund, Standard & Poor's said.

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  12. Managers not diversifying fast enough from 'pale, male and stale' — CalSTRS' Ailman

    trueLess than 5% of venture capital general partners are women, a percentage that has lingered over the past 20 years, said Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia, who moderated a sparsely attended panel titled “Women: Key Players in High-Growth Investment Strategies” at the Milken Institute Global Conference in ...

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  13. CalSTRS to oppose Coca-Cola's compensation committee members, executive compensation

    trueCalSTRS said it will oppose the appointment of four of Coca-Cola Co.'s 15-member board of directors, all members of its compensation committee, and will vote against CEO Muhtar Kent's $25.2 million compensation.

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