More annual shareholder meetings go virtual in US

Big US corporations have identified a new strategy for managing irate investors at annual shareholder meetings: Going virtual. The set of companies forgoing the face-to-face encounters includes number-two US automaker Ford and energy giants ConocoPhillips and Duke Energy. “We take very seriously the trust that our shareholders place in our leadership team,” said Bill Ford, Ford’s executive chairman.

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