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Three strikes

10 May 2018 By Antony Currie

A majority of independent shareholders rejected the automaker’s long-term pay plan, want to scrap supervoting stock and reduced support for at least one director below 80 pct. It’s a significant rebuke, but the Ford family’s outsized votes insulate management from dissent.

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