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30 Jan 2006 By Alex Fak

Some 70% of the health club s voting shareholders demanded the executive s head. More voted to block his directors. Yet he s staying put. Just shows that even when investors rise up en masse against management in the US, restrictive bylaws often prevent them from having a say.

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