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BOSTON: An investor committee that advises the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will next week review if Snap Inc's decision to deny shareholders voting rights might also reduce the social media company's public disclosures on executive pay and other governance matters, the head of that committee told Reuters on Wednesday.
BOSTON/SAN FRANCISCO: Shares sold in a U$3 billion initial public offering by the parent of Snapchat will lack voting power, testing the commitment of big asset managers in their recent fight for investor rights.
(Reuters) - Florida voters on Tuesday approved a state constitutional amendment restoring voting rights to some 1.5 million people with felony convictions, ending a system that activists said disproportionately affected poor and black residents.
Malaysia is considering raising the limit on voting rights for foreign investors in state-controlled companies after Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB), the nation's largest company, approached the threshold.
PARIS (Reuters) - UNESCO has suspended the voting rights of the United States and Israel, two years after both countries stopped paying dues to the U.N.'s cultural arm in protest over its granting full membership to the Palestinians.
PARIS (Reuters) - UNESCO has suspended the voting rights of the United States, two years after it stopped paying dues to the UN's cultural arm in protest over its granting full membership to the Palestinians, a UNESCO source told Reuters.
HONG KONG: The Hong Kong stock exchange is proposing to launch a new listing venue that would allow companies with different voting rights to go public in the city, in a bid to remain a global listings powerhouse.
WASHINGTON 19 (Reuters) - International Monetary Fund member countries on Friday restored Zimbabwe's voting rights after a seven-year suspension but said it could not have access to IMF funds until it had paid off $1.3 billion in arrears.
YANGON: Dozens of protesters marched against a law giving voting rights to Myanmar’s temporary citizens, including hundreds of thousands of Muslim Rohingya, as the parliament’s speaker referred the issue to a constitutional tribunal.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union could freeze member country Poland's voting rights unless it changes course and agrees to stick to the rule of law, European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen said on Monday.