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Norway's $550B sovereign-wealth fund, which has invested $98B in U.S. stocks, is pushing to make...

Norway's $550B sovereign-wealth fund, which has invested $98B in U.S. stocks, is pushing to make it easier to replace directors at six firms over worries about performance and governance. The fund isn't demanding board changes at this point, although it might. The firms are WFC, SPLS, SCHW, PXD, WU and CME.
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  • 78ghdf82
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    Great news!
    6 Dec 2011, 11:41 AM Reply Like
  • Old Scot
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    I had a very poor experience with an Atlanta-based Staples store, presented my case to SPLS senior management & concluded this company is more focused on their internal company policies than doing each job right the first time & taking responsibility when they're proven wrong. I'll NEVER shop there again & sold my SPLS shares. John H. McDonald johnhmcdonald@yahoo.com
    7 Dec 2011, 01:17 PM Reply Like
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