March 22, 2007
SEC Studies Empty Voting
The practice of "empty voting" -- where big investors vote shares they have borrowed but do not own -- is under scrutiny at the SEC. Chairman Cox has asked the staff to study and provide recommendations by the end of the year. See WSJ, Hedge Funds Vote (Often).
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