The Financial CHOICE Act is a quiet assault on shareholder voice.

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Just one day before President Trump announced to the world his intention to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement, a stunning revolt occurred at Exxon Mobil’s annual shareholder meeting. A large majority of shareholder votes—62.3 percent—were cast in favor of a proposal asking the oil and gas behemoth to produce a yearly evaluation of the long-term business impacts posed by global initiatives designed to reduce climate change. An investor group, led by the New York State C.  show all text

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