AMG and Friess Associates reached an agreement resolving a proxy battle over subadviser changes in two AMG mutual funds.
Friess Associates' 401(k) plan is urging shareholders of two AMG mutual funds to reject the termination of Friess as a subadviser.
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Alberta Investment Management Corp. sold their stakes in Glass Lewis, a governance solutions provider.
A group of investors with more than $29 billion in assets wants U.K. companies to provide guaranteed minimum working hours for employees.
New York State Common withrew a shareholder proposal challenging diversity efforts at McDonald's after the fast-food chain proposed changes.
For years Wall Street sprinkled money across U.S. politics to make and keep friends in Washington. Now, it's rethinking the consequences.
Starbucks named Mellody Hobson to lead its board as chairwoman, making her one of the highest-profile Black directors in corporate America.
For J.P. Morgan Asset Management, efforts to advance Black talent and improve diversity at the firm start at the top.
CalPERS for the first time voted against compensation committee members for say-on-pay plans.
CalPERS' board is taking steps to change its governance, again.
Zillow Group and Nextdoor.com are among companies pledging to add their first Black directors within the next year, as part of a challenge.
Executive pay cuts taken to show solidarity with workers furloughed by the COVID-19 crisis "are mostly window dressing," a report suggests.
First-time and seasoned investors in diverse managers are looking to add or increase allocations to diverse-owned money managers.
Shareholders of J.P. Morgan Chase narrowly defeated a resolution for greater disclosure on how lending activities affect climate change.
LGIM plans to vote against the re-election of Exxon Mobil's CEO, citing "a lack of strategic ambition" over climate change.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. will replace lead independent director Lee R. Raymond in a few months.
Neuberger Berman will publicly disclose the firm's voting rationale and intentions for more than 25 key annual shareholder meetings.
New York City Retirement Systems negotiated agreements with five companies on identifying and eliminating gender discrimination.
Shareholder rights would be impinged by proposed SEC rules that impose new requirements, the Council of Institutional Investors says.
Starbucks is committing to reducing its carbon footprint, water use and waste by 2030, following a nonprofit's shareholder initiative.
A group of institutional investors has renewed its call for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to give up his position as board chairman.
Proposed rules from the SEC on the shareholder proposal process and proxy advisers have investors on high alert and ready to play defense.
The Principles for Responsible Investment organization will press U.S. policymakers to catch up on sustainable financial policy reforms.
New York State Common Retirement Fund reached agreements with 11 companies to improve environmental policies and address climate risk.
The Business Roundtable's shift in focus to serve all stakeholders is raising hackles among some investors.