Apple shareholder proposal seeks more diversity at top
from USA Today
Apple shareholders will be asked to vote on a proposal to increase the diversity of executives and board members at the company's annual meeting this month. "Shareholders are concerned that low levels of diversity at the company’s senior management and board level, as well as painstakingly slow improvements, are a business risk," according to the proposal from Zevin Asset Management and individual investor Tony Maldonado, which cites USA Today analysis.
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