Bringing Democracy to the Boardroom
Shareholder activist Deborah Pastor thinks corporate board elections are like Soviet-style campaigns. Only one party is on the ballot -- the CEO and his or her cronies -- while dissident candidates are on a separate ballot. Often, shareholders don't know they have an alternative. And if they choose not to vote, their stockbrokers may be able to vote for them -- usually siding with management.
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