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Are shareholder activists engaging in a type of performance art and that's it? Could be. After all, despite the media build-up, the activists didn't get anything done at Wal-Mart's annual meeting.
I took a look at the phenomenon of shareholder activism for the financial information company Motley Fool. Here is what I come up. You may or may not agree.
Posted at 01:20 PM in Current Affairs, Legal Matters, politics, Public Speaking, Theatre | Permalink
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