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T. Rowe shareholder proposals rejected at annual meeting (access required)

T. Rowe Price shareholders rejected shareholder proposals to issue reports about climate change, executive compensation and diversity at Wednesday’s annual meeting at the company’s Owings Mills campus. On climate change and executive compensation, at issue were how the company proxy ...

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Citigroup investors give thumbs down to exec pay

NEW YORK — Citigroup shareholders are strongly expressing their displeasure with the pay that the bank’s top executives are taking home. At its annual meeting Tuesday, 55 percent of shareholders voted against the pay packages that have been granted to ...

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Constellation shareholders vote against Shattuck’s pay package

Constellation Energy Group Inc.’s shareholders have voiced their concerns about the Baltimore energy company’s management as part of their decision to vote against pay packages proposed for Chief Executive Mayo A. Shattuck III and other top executives. While the vote ...

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Is $18 million too much? (access required)

The new Maryland Insurance Commissioner, Ralph S. Tyler, said Wednesday he will convene a hearing to see if the $18-plus million severance package for former CareFirst CEO William L. Jews (at right) is too much. Tyler is specifically looking to ...

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