Web Blog for anything related to Union Labor

SEC Takes Away Shareholders Right To Nominate Corporate Directors – 11/29/07

Posted on November 28, 2007 | in Labor News | by

By Doug Cunningham

A Securities and Exchange Commission ruling Wednesday attacked the rights of shareholders to nominate corporate directors. AFL-CIO President John Sweeney says at a time when the need for strong, independent corporate directors is more critical than ever, the SEC has taken away an important shareholder right to have a voice on corporate governance issues. The SEC, Sweeney says, should be moving aggressively to protect investors, not to take away their rights.

Leave a Reply

Categories

TITLE

November 2007
M T W T F S S
« Oct   Dec »
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930  

Tags

Recent Posts

Default utility Image A Bigger Share for Bike-Share Workers: One Worker’s Story on Winning a Voice (and Contract) in the Workplace There is an invisible hand that mysteriously guides bike behavior in New York City, making...
Default utility Image The Browning-Ferris NLRB Decision Explained Last week, working people won a significant victory when the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued...
Default utility Image A Pizza Shop Owner Wrote a Facebook Post About Locked-Out Union Members. Then Something Amazing Happened It’s good to be union. Especially when your family is by your side.  Check out...
Default utility Image Worker Wins Update: Southern Edition Despite facing a difficult political climate and “right to work,” workers across the South have...
Default utility Image German Labor and Government Leaders Question Impact of On-Demand Economy on Quality of Working Life The impact of the “on-demand” or “gig” economy on the quality of working life was...

Recent Posts

Default utility Image Default utility Image Default utility Image Default utility Image Default utility Image

Recent Posts

Default utility Image A Bigger Share for Bike-Share Workers: One Worker’s Story on Winning a Voice (and Contract) in the Workplace There is an invisible hand that mysteriously guides bike behavior in New York City, making...
Default utility Image The Browning-Ferris NLRB Decision Explained Last week, working people won a significant victory when the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued...
Default utility Image A Pizza Shop Owner Wrote a Facebook Post About Locked-Out Union Members. Then Something Amazing Happened It’s good to be union. Especially when your family is by your side.  Check out...
Default utility Image Worker Wins Update: Southern Edition Despite facing a difficult political climate and “right to work,” workers across the South have...
Default utility Image German Labor and Government Leaders Question Impact of On-Demand Economy on Quality of Working Life The impact of the “on-demand” or “gig” economy on the quality of working life was...

Tag Cloud