CalPERS for the first time voted against compensation committee members for say-on-pay plans.
CalPERS and CalSTRS have taken different paths when complying with a state law requiring state officials to avoid conflicts of interest.
CalPERS' board is taking steps to change its governance, again.
CalPERS is choosing to allow ILPA to take the lead to promote diversity on private company boards.
CalPERS' sweeping overhaul of its governance model underscores a growing review of asset owner oversight.
The public battle over Uber Technologies has raised concern among venture capitalists about corporate governance.
Orange County Employees Retirement System, Santa Ana, Calif., issued an RFI for proxy voting services.