ProxyMonitor.org is a unique, publicly available database that tracks shareholder proposals in real time. See 2013 vote
results for all shareholder proposals, and all management
Say on Pay proposals, for the largest 250 U.S. public companies, as ranked by Fortune magazine.
View vote results for all the 2013 hot button issues, including political spending and lobbying disclosure,
separation of the roles of CEO and Chairman,
and board declassification, posted as these companies hold their annual meetings and file vote results.
Track proponents to see who are the most active (and most successful), and which companies they are targeting.
See 2013 Proxy Scorecard.
NEW FINDING2013 Proxy Season Under Way: JPMorgan Chase Chairman vote looms large in busy may proxy season
Unions' JPMorgan Power Play Is About Labor Organizing, Not Performance, Investor's Business Daily, 05-17-13
Shareholder Activism and the 2013 Proxy Season, BoardMember.com, 03-11-13
Politicized Proxy Advisers vs. Individual Investors Institutional Shareholder Services' ballot advice often clashes with the desires of the average diversified investor, Wall Street Journal, 10-07-12
Unions Target Corporations Through Shareholder Activism, Washington Examiner, 07-19-12
2012 Proxy Season: Results and Lessons for Directors, Boardmember.com, 07-16-12
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Political Spending, Say on Pay, and Other Key Issues to Watch in the 2013 Proxy SeasonJames Copland participated in a webinar moderated
by Brian Cartwright.
View the presentation
WSJ's "Opinion Journal with Mary Kissel" interviewed James CoplandMarch 11, 2013
MI Senior Fellow, James Copland, discusses shareholder activism trends with President of AIS Futures Management, John Hummel, on Bloomberg TV's "Taking Stock With Pimm Fox."March 1, 2013
Proxy Monitor 2012EVENTSeptember 12, 2012