1. Vanguard's Sleepy Proxy Vote has One Quirk: Will Shareholders Divest from PetroChina/SinoPec?

    Vanguard's Sleepy Proxy Vote has One Quirk: Will Shareholders Divest from PetroChina/SinoPec?

    Vanguard Group is tallying votes from Wednesday morning’s Joint Special Meeting of Shareholders in Scottsdale, Ariz., as shareholders of all its U.S.-based funds are asked to elect members of a board of trustees, 10 of whom would be “independent.”...

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    1. The more ordinary people bother to take a look at the ballot, the more they ask: `How could Vanguard be opposing this?'
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