Netflix investors back proxy access for second year

By Ross Kerber BOSTON (Reuters) – Netflix Inc shareholders approved a proposal for the second year in a row calling on the streaming-video provider to grant investors so-called "proxy access" rights to run director candidates, prompting a call on Monday for the company to implement the reform. Netflix has been a rare company to hold out against the change, which would make it easier for groups of investors owning as little as three percent of company shares for three years to run their own candidates for company board seats. Netflix representatives did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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