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While all of Mylan’s directors managed to retain their seats at the annual meeting on June 22, shareholders voted overwhelmingly against the “say-on-pay” proposal and further registered their displeasure with unusually low votes for several directors.
Is your company “revenue-ready”?
In its ongoing effort to reign in the use of non-GAAP financial measures, the SEC has been focusing on a favorite metric of financial economists: free cash flow.
At the recent 2017 FINRA Annual Conference, financial firm representatives and their regulators discussed cybersecurity threats and best practices, notes a Forbes article about the May event.
The Honorable Donovan Frank issued the second decision in the District of Minnesota to address the question of patentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101 in the context of a motion to dismiss.
Approximately 200 virtual shareholder meetings were held in the past year, of which more than 80 percent were virtual-only meetings, according to Broadridge Financial.
According to the CII, the growing practice of start-up companies opting for dual-class or multi-class share structures with unequal voting rights represents “a full-scale repudiation of the ‘one share, one vote’ principle that is core to good corporate governance.”
Like the companies it oversees, the SEC is embracing new technologies to accomplish its goals.