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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The largest corporate proxy fight in history, between Procter & Gamble Co ( PG.N ) and activist investor Nelson Peltz, may ultimately be decided by small shareholders like Tom Neubecker...
A lot of us have the fear that if Peltz is successful, he will break up the company and cut back retiree benefits.
Social media can definitely get you closer to the retail shareholder in a proxy fight.
The intent of both sides is very clear.
There is some strategic importance to the white card, so in that sense, Trian did kind of pick P&G's pocket.
Around one-third of the retail vote could change in the next few weeks.