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Shareholders Push Hard For Apple Succession Plan

February 3rd, 2011 02:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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eldavojohn writes “Apple has been a couple weeks now sans their iconic fearless leader and the shareholders are getting restless without a succession plan. Essentially the Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) is saying that there hasn’t been enough disclosure in why exactly Steve is absent and they’d like an annual succession plan delivered to shareholders. Apple is recommending that on February 23 at its annual company meeting, its shareholders vote against the proposal for a succession plan. Apple may have a plan for life after Steve Jobs but if they do they are not sharing it with anyone — not even their financiers!”

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    Apple is recommending that on February 23 at its annual company meeting, its shareholders vote against the proposal for a succession plan.

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    Apple may have a plan for life after Steve Jobs but if they do they are not sharing it with anyone.

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