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Held accountable

29 March 2005 By Rob Cox

The SEC let shareholders down last year when it backed off proposals to give them powers to get rid of crummy directors. But all is not lost. Some 80 companies are now contemplating changes to their byelaws that will make directors subject to majority votes.

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