WASHINGTON – The asiago cheese sitting on the shelves in Mexico still looks the same as it has for years. The wheels and the wedges are the same. The familiar packaging is the same. What’s different is
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WASHINGTON—Pension and investment funds are negotiating with public companies on ways to limit the role of activist shareholders, amid a broader push to get the government to restrict consulting firms
BOSTON (Reuters) - Top U.S. proxy advisers outlined different processes for sharing their influential research and voting recommendations with stock issuers at a hearing in Washington on Thursday, highlighting
PHOENIX — Kyrsten Sinema’s first foray into politics ended in failure when she campaigned as an antiwar activist and finished dead last out of five candidates in a race for a seat in the Arizona Legislature.