1. Opinion: Why Mutual Fund Giants Are Quietly Giving Voting Power Back to Individual Shareholders

    Opinion: Why Mutual Fund Giants Are Quietly Giving Voting Power Back to Individual Shareholders

    Investors who own index funds and actively managed mutual funds long ago surrendered the voting of their shares to giant asset managers. But the titans appear ready to return this voting power to individual shareholders — which is where it belongs. If you own shares in a public company, you get to vote on key issues, such as who its directors are or a proposed merger with another company...

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