More Shareholders Demanding Corporate Political Transparency
As voters tune into the big Super Tuesday primaries, concerns about adverse effects of corporate political spending are being reflected in an expanding universe of shareholder proposals on campaign-related spending and lobbying.
By Catherine Dunn|March 06, 2012
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Note: This article has been updated with more current data on the number of companies that have adopted public disclosure.
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