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Report Update: Failure rate at 1.5%, lowest level since 2011 – Including our Special Topic: Breakdown of Say on Golden Parachute Vote Results

To date, 1,623 Russell 3000 companies have held Say on Pay votes and 93% have passed with above 70% support. Twenty-five companies (1.5%) have failed Say on Pay thus far in 2016; the three new companies that have failed since the last report are Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, C&J Energy Services, and Sucampo Pharmaceuticals. Read more

Report Update: Six Additional Companies Fail Say on Pay – Including our Special Topic: Industry Breakdown of Say on Pay Votes

To date, 385 Russell 3000 companies have held Say on Pay votes and 91% have passed with above 70% support. Eleven companies (2.9%) have failed Say on Pay thus far in 2016; the six new companies that have failed since the last report are Cepheid, Consolidated-Tomoka Land, Exelon, FMC, Masimo, and Wolverine World Wide. Read more

Report Update: Two companies with support below 50% thus far – including our special topic: Trends in Proxy Access Votes

To date, 129 Russell 3000 companies have had Say on Pay votes and 93% have passed with above 70% support. Two companies (1.6%) have failed Say on Pay: Nuance Communications and Tetra Tech. Proxy advisory firm ISS has recommended ‘against’ Say on Pay proposals at 9% of companies it has assessed thus far in 2016. Our special topic this week examines proxy access vote results in the Russell 3000. Read more