Business Reporter, New York Times
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dealbook.nytimes.com — The Council of Institutional Investors has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to intervene after the main company that provides real-time tabulations on shareholder votes stopped giving this information to the groups that sponsor proposals. The running tallies on shareholder votes are generally kept under lock and key.
nytimes.com — Lat one Friday morning, Rajat Gupta was rushing through security at Philadelphia International Airport, carry-on in tow, when his cellphone rang. When Gupta heard from Goldman Sachs, on whose board he sat, it was often from its chief executive, Lloyd Blankfein. But on this morning, it was Gregory K.
dealbook.nytimes.com — When it comes to shareholder votes, the running tallies are a closely guarded secret. Only a handful of parties get a peek into how these corporate battles are shaping up. Now, in the midst of one of the most closely watched investor votes in years - over whether to separate the roles of chairman and chief executive at JPMorgan Chase - that protocol has changed.
nymag.com — Today the reported that as shareholders and the media bear down on him, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has turned to his one-time rival, formerly embattled Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, for advice. Over the past few months, the paper reports, the two "foul weather friends" have had "a number of private conversations" about how to hang on during a very public crisis.
nytimes.com — LOS ANGELES OVER her 22 years in Congress, Maxine Waters has likened bank executives to "gangsters," snarkily addressed them as "captains of the universe" and threatened to tax their companies "out of business." The Democrat from Los Angeles, in other words, is not known for showing love to the financial industry.
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