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Electronic Arts Investors Reject Pay Plan, Activists Say

  • This is the second year in a row for say-on-pay to fail
  • Other companies have struggled with passing say-on-pay as well
Electronic Arts Headquarters Ahead Of Earnings Figures
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An Electronic Arts Inc. activist group said shareholders rejected the video-game company’s executive compensation plans in the wake of opposition from a number of investor groups.

Shareholders including Trillium Asset Management, Calvert Investments, New York City Funds, CalSTRS and Calpers, and the SOC Investment Group opposed the executive-compensation proposal, SOC said in a press release.