Shareholder groups appear to be gaining traction in their campaign to rewrite corporate governance rules this year.

Last week, in what could eventually strike a major blow to corporate managers’ control over elections of their directors, the Securities and Exchange Commission dismissed petitions from United Technologies Corp. and Honeywell International Inc. to reject shareholder election measures offered by one of the largest labor unions and institutional shareholders in the U.S.

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