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    1. BlackRock, JPMorgan Climate Votes at Odds as New Rules Loom

      BlackRock, JPMorgan Climate Votes at Odds as New Rules Loom

      Top U.S. asset managers BlackRock Inc and JPMorgan Chase & Co were divided in their support of climate-related proxy resolutions at corporate meetings this year, two analyses showed on Tuesday, underscoring the industry's mixed appetite for the vehicles ahead of a key rulemaking. Both studies - done by climate-focused shareholder organizations - found BlackRock continued to offer little backing to resolutions asking companies for steps like setting emissions targets or lobbying reports...

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    2. Vivendi and Amber to go to Court Over Lagardere's EGM Refusal

      Vivendi and Amber to go to Court Over Lagardere's EGM Refusal

      (Reuters) - French media conglomerate Vivendi and activist fund Amber Capital - the two biggest shareholders in French company Lagardere - said they would go to court over Lagardere's refusal to hold a special shareholders meeting. The legal challenge highlights an intensifying and bitter battle to gain influence over Lagardere, which has pitted French billionaires Vincent Bollore and LVMH's Bernard Arnault against each other...

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    3. Brigham Minerals, Inc. Announces Appointment of A. Lance Langford to the Board of Directors

      Brigham Minerals, Inc. Announces Appointment of A. Lance Langford to the Board of Directors

      Brigham Minerals, Inc. (NYSE: MNRL) ("Brigham Minerals," "Brigham," or the "Company"), a leading mineral and royalty interest acquisition company, today announced that it has appointed a new independent director, A. Lance Langford, to the Company’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Langford’s appointment increases the size of the board of directors to ten members...

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    4. Advance Auto Parts Appoints Experienced Automotive, Retail Executives to its Board of Directors

      Advance Auto Parts Appoints Experienced Automotive, Retail Executives to its Board of Directors

      Advance Auto Parts, Inc. (NYSE: AAP), a leading automotive aftermarket parts retailer, today announced two new appointments to its Board of Directors. Carla J. Bailo, President and CEO of The Center for Automotive Research, and Arthur L. Valdez Jr., Executive Vice President, Chief Supply Chain & Logistics Officer of Target Corporation, have been appointed to the Board effective, August 11, 2020...

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    5. Angelique Brunner Joins Cushman & Wakefield Board of Directors

      Angelique Brunner Joins Cushman & Wakefield Board of Directors

      The Board of Directors of Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) today announced the recent appointment of Angelique Brunner as an independent member of the Board. Brunner is the CEO and Founder of EB5 Capital, a leader in the EB-5 immigrant investor industry that has raised over $750 million in foreign capital from investors in more than 65 countries for investment in job-creating real estate projects across the U.S...

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    6. CenterPoint Energy Names Two Directors to Enable GP Board

      CenterPoint Energy Names Two Directors to Enable GP Board

      CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CNP) today announced that former Anadarko Petroleum Chief Executive Officer Al Walker and President Robert G. Gwin have been named to the Board of Directors (Board) of the general partner of Enable Midstream Partners, LP, Enable GP, LLC, as representatives of CenterPoint Energy. CenterPoint Energy owns 53.7 percent of the common units representing limited partner interests in Enable Midstream Partners, a publicly traded master limited partnership that owns, operates and develops strategically located natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets...

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      Mentions: NYSE Anadarko Board
    7. SEC Proposed Rule Change Is A Step Backwards for Shareholder Democracy – Edelman

      SEC Proposed Rule Change Is A Step Backwards for Shareholder Democracy – Edelman

      On Friday, July 10th, the SEC proposed a rule change raising the mandatory threshold for filing 13F reports to $3.5 billion in assets under management (AUM). Not a small change, the SEC’s plan would raise 35-fold (the current minimum is $100 million) the level at which money managers are required to disclose each quarter the companies they own...

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