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  • So we will continue to discuss the different thoughts to maximize our long-term shareholder's interest.

  • Which is going to be pretty strong tea, because the clear conflict of interest that exists when a financial conglomerate owns a mutual fund management company during a return on their capital is in direct conflict because of the fee issue to earn a return, a fair return on the fund shareholder's capital.

    Transcript: John Bogle

  • A shareholder's right to bring matters of import such as executive compensation, environmental impact, product impact and accountability for corporate behavior outside of "ordinary business" is vetted and approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    Political Disclosure Won't Inhibit Corporate Speech

  • News of the deal gives J&J a positive note heading into a shareholder's meeting Thursday that is shaping to be unusually contentious.

    Device-Firm Deal Poses Test for J&J

  • She went on to lead a shareholder's insurrection in the 1970s, in hopes of forcing Doubleday to become a public company.

    Doubleday's Dapper Leader

  • Alan Greenspan, perhaps the only man in America with the unilateral power to have prevented the blowup, has been quite clear on the flaw in his thinking: "Those of us who have looked to the self-interest of lending institutions to protect shareholder's equity — myself especially — are in a state of shocked disbelief."

    What libertarians should, and shouldn't, be blamed for

  • Credit Suisse Group slammed as "incomprehensible" a shareholder's efforts to marshal opposition against the bank's plan to issue coco bonds, a new type of safety capital backed by the Swiss National Bank.

    Business Watch

  • ZURICH— Credit Suisse Group Thursday slammed as "incomprehensible" a shareholder's efforts to marshal opposition against the bank's plan to issue contingent-convertible bonds, a new type of safety capital backed by the Swiss National Bank.

    Credit Suisse Defends Co-Co Bonds

  • A shareholder's resolution, submitted by the watchdog group and The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, calls on McDonald's to tally the financial impact of fighting various measures like the San Francisco ordinance passed last year that established nutritional standards for kids' meals that come with toys.

    Ronald McDonald to Face Fire at Annual Meeting

  • Zurich Financial's capital position remained strong, with the Solvency I ration rising 48 percentage points to 243%, and shareholder's equity increasing 9% to $32 billion.

    Zurich Financial to Raise Dividend

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