How much control should the “owners” of U.S. corporations exercise? That was one of the underlying questions as attorneys, academics and investors gathered for a conference on shareholder activism.
About 175 people attended the Manhattan conference, the sixth such event organized by the Institutional Investor Educational Foundation. Last year’s conference drew about 125 participants.
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