Give Lennar Corp., the West Miami-Dade-based home builder, and its controlling Miller family credit for this: When they disenfranchise shareholders, they at least tell them why.
Lennar investors will get a clear message when they get their proxy ballots in the mail soon: The company wants their investment; it just doesn’t have much faith in their judgment.
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