Dubious Corporate Practices Get a Rubber Stamp from Big Investors

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– By GRETCHEN MORGENSON
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Arconic, the industrial materials company that spun off Alcoa, has been treated with kid gloves by big asset managers. Thursday’s annual meeting could change things.

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