Shareholders

Executive Excess 2013: Bailed Out, Booted, And Busted
This 20th anniversary Executive Excess report examines the "performance" of the 500 corporate chief executives who have ranked among America's 25 highest-paid CEOs in one or more of the past 20 years. Read more...
The chairman of JPMorgan Chase and his shareholders successfully killed an investors’ proposal to strip him of his title and split the job between two people, sources said Tuesday. Read more...
Why should taxpayers give Big Banks $83 billion a year? Read more...
“Thank you” really doesn’t mean what it used to. After paying back $182 billion in bailout money -- and running an ad campaign saying “Thank you America” -- insurance company American International Group is considering whether it should sue the government... Read more...
Bank of America's top executives neglected to tell their shareholders about the losses at Merrill Lynch before completing the $50 billion purchase of the company in 2008. Shareholders were instead told of projections showing the deal would Read more...

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This was an awesome action on the part of Occupy Detroit. It was so perfect, Bank of America security and staff didn't interrupt them as they played out a live "Monopoly" game in the middle of the bank and there were absolutely no arrests. Read more...
The latest company to feel the frustrations of everyday people came in North Carolina at Bank of America's shareholders meeting. Read more...
Originally posted on my own site - The Political is Personal. This is turning into a very different kind of shareholder season, one that is every bit as much about civic concerns as it is about the price of any stock, as investors have been Read more...
Police in riot gear have surrounded protesters in San Francisco outside of Wells Fargo's annual shareholder's meeting. Streaming live now. Read more...
ACCE, Occupy Bernal and Occupy SF took a bus tour of the homes of two executives of Wells Fargo Bank. Read more...