This Gadfly Is Really BuzzingEric Schine
The dreaded list is back. On Feb. 2, the $80 billion California Public Employees' Retirement System planned to release its annual catalog of crummy companies--a distinction based on stock performances and the fund's complaints about management. "We view this as a wake-up call," says CalPERS General Counsel Richard H. Koppes.
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